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Settlement approved in Louisiana school’s desegregation case

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MONROE, La. (AP) — The Justice Department says a settlement agreement will ensure black students have better access to a Louisiana public school that only enrolled white students when it opened more than a century ago. The settlement approved Tuesday by a federal judge is designed to resolve lingering desegregation issues at the A.E. Phillips […]
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