Have Elected Officials Resegregated Tuscaloosa Schools?
Although I am not a Tuscaloosa native, Tuscaloosa has been my home for 15 years. So, it goes without saying that in that time, I've been made aware of the rivalries, the city's history, and now it's regression in the midst of progression. From the outward eye, it would appear that the city is moving forward, but is it really? Let's take a closer look at Tuscaloosa City Schools.
Of course, the school board is diverse. So, one would think that the decisions made are fair and just. And that just may be true, given the parameters in which they are to work, but what happens when government and zoning changes come into play? Let's take a look:
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