By Ray Dunaway

Chris Powell of the Journal Inquirer says magnet schools have helped put almost half of Hartford’s students into what are somewhat plausibly called integrated schools, if at a spectacular cost, estimated at $3 billion. But the state Supreme Court’s 1996 decision in the Hartford school integration case, Sheff v. O’Neill, is no less of a joke for this.

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