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Derrick Z. Jackson

Heeding John Hope Franklin's education warning

It gnawed on John Hope Franklin that racial segregation was replaced by class stratification in underfunded public schools. It gnawed on John Hope Franklin that racial segregation was replaced by class stratification in underfunded public schools. (Derrick Z. Jackson/Globe Staff)
By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / March 28, 2009

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It gnawed on the late historian that racial segregation was replaced by class stratification in underfunded public schools. (Full article: 701 words)

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