By Rebecca Klein
Decades after the U.S. Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education ruling declared segregated schooling of black students unconstitutional, many American schools with high minority populations continue to receive fewer resources and provide an education that’s inferior to schools with large white populations.
For Sunday’s 61st anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education ruling, which proclaimed “separate educational facilities are inherently unequal,” The Huffington Post takes a look at the state of education for black students in 2015.
In many states, there continues to be stark disparities in resources provided to black students and white students. In Nevada, for example, high-minority school districts receive significantly less state and local funding per pupil than low-minority districts.
These six graphs show the disparities.
Read More 61 Years After Brown v. Board Of Education, Many Schools Remain Separate And Unequal.