Education: Report Card

— Despite the fact that 64 Texas school districts (including San Antonio, El Paso and Corpus Christi) have already made plans to end segregation in their classrooms, State Attorney General John Ben Shepperd warned that their action may be illegal. "Our Texas laws," said he, "were not passed on by the Supreme Court . . . and until the Supreme Court specifically states otherwise, segregation remains the law in Texas."

— In Delaware, the state board of education reported that the progress of desegregation was faring little better. Of the 62 districts asked to file by Aug. 15 their plans for desegregating,...

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