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Dis-Integration

Richardson ISD's student demographics have significantly changed. The makeup of its school board hasn't.

Only one person of color has ever served on the Richardson ISD board. Now, he's suing the district over its method of electing school board members, alleging it denies people of color a fair say in who represents them.

Karen Hill (sp?) in her home in the Hamilton Park subdivision of Dallas. Her father, A. Maceo Johnson was a school teacher a…

Dis-Integration

Decades after an extensive federal desegregation order, the collective drive to racially integrate Texas’ schools has crumbled.

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Richardson ISD Board meeting, President Justin Bono, Sept 10, 2018.

A district's changing face

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Targeting a “relic of the district’s segregated past”

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Changing standards

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Reframing the argument

David Tyson is a former Richardson ISD board member who served on the school board from 2004 to 2010. The Richardson Indepen…

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