Education: No Private Segregation

Sandra McCrary, a U.S. Navy employee who lived in the Washington suburb of Falls Church, Va., and Margaret Gonzales, a Howard University secretary in nearby Dale City, Va., once shared the same baby sitter. That was how they found out that they also shared the same problem. The McCrarys' son Michael, 2, and the Gonzaleses' son Colin, 6, had both been rejected by local private schools. So the parents went to court and charged that their children had been barred on racial grounds. Last week Federal District Judge Albert V. Bryan Jr. ruled in...

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