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African-American student moves forward with challenge to race-based admissions in St. Louis schools

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St. Louis, Missouri is a 487 County, so little of what they do politically is too much of a surprise.

Like many cities with failing public schools, St. Louis has created Magnet Schools, Charter Schools and other alternatives. While the argument is that they are making better choices, in reality most of these “better” schools are designed to keep parents from pulling good kids out of the public school systems. If they can keep them, then scores overall go up and it creates the illusion that progress is being made.

Well, imagine one families surprise to discover that only white children are allowed in these alternative schools! Yes, this very liberal city is denying the opportunity for a child to get an education based on his skin color! Read more here.

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