Country's oldest voluntary school desegregation program grows in Rochester, New York
The Urban-Suburban program in Rochester, New York, has given minority children the opportunity to attend schools in the suburbs that have a far larger population of white students. The program is growing, but questions still remain remain about whether the exchange has actually increased integration in the region's schools, which remain as segregated as ever. NewsHour's Hari Sreenivasan reports.
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