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Using Data to Determine the Location of the Stiffest Opposition to School Desegregation in the 1970's
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High schoolers analyze historical data. In this school desegregation lesson, students make predictions about opposition to desegregation, examine the provided desegregation data, and determine if their predictions were correct.
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