"Segregation Again: North Carolina's Transition from Leading Desegregation Then to Accepting Segregation Now" by Jennifer B. Ayscue and Brian Woodward investigates trends in school segregation in North Carolina over the last two decades by examining measures of concentration, exposure, and evenness by both race and class. After exploring the overall enrollment patterns and segregation trends at the state level, this report turns to three major metropolitan areas within the state—Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, Raleigh-Cary, and Greensboro-High Point—to analyze similar measures of segregation for each metropolitan area.
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