Almost 30 years ago, the Supreme Court turned Charlotte, N.C., into ground zero in the debate over school busing.
By affirming an effort to fix the city’s history of racial segregation in its public schools, the high court’s decision set off a series of racially charged battles in other school systems as they followed Charlotte’s lead.
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