Teachers: Segregation by Integration

As the South's dual school system yields to integration pressures, Negro teachers rejoice in the new benefits for their race—and worry about their own professional futures. Some are finding that when Negro students go off to the white schools, the Negro teacher does not go along. He loses his job.

Faculty integration may well become one of the stickiest issues as pupil integration accelerates under federal insistence that federal money cannot go to segregated schools. Ironically, the states and districts that are setting the pace for integration are the ones already under fire from civil rights groups for dismissing too...

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