Education: Little Rock Moves Ahead

Little Rock's school board ordered a small but significant advance in the integration of the city's schools. In addition to assigning three Negro pupils again to Central High, scene of the 1957 riots, the board admitted the first three Negro youngsters for classes at Hall High School.

In making the assignments, the board ignored the "solution" to Little Rock's school problem that Governor Orval Faubus offered earlier in the week. Faubus suggested that the board 1) designate two of Little Rock's four high schools (Hall and the all-Negro Horace Mann) for integration; 2)...

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