Public Schools: Buses Can Travel Both Ways

Few school issues arouse more passions than bussing children to achieve racial integration. It is clearly not a satisfactory long-range solution, especially in large cities where Negroes are heavily concentrated in large ghettos. But until urban housing patterns change, bussing is one practical way of getting a better racial balance in public schools, and it has worked out much better than expected in such cities as Evanston, Chicago and Seattle, where Negro children are transported to white neighborhood schools. This fall, the public schools of Berkeley, Calif., are proving that it is just as feasible to send buses along...

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