Brown versus Board stopped de jure segregation, but it did not stop de facto segregation. It is the peoples choice to decide where to live and which schools to go to. The forced busing in the past is no longer practiced and the effects of magnet schools are slowing to a stop. Now, the government has practically given up on the ideas of perfect desegregation. Few private places and no public place is segregated. Despite this, schools all over the nation are still not completely integrated.
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