Cover: The Los Angeles Experience in Monitoring Desegregation

The Los Angeles Experience in Monitoring Desegregation

Progress and Prospects

Published 1980

by Nicelma J. King

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A case study of the Los Angeles School Monitoring Committee. The committee was appointed by Superior Court Judge Paul Egly to observe the implementation of school desegregation in Los Angeles and to report to the court on its progress. The paper describes the history of the committee, its accomplishments, problems, and limitations of its success.

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