4 Other States Could Be Affected by Desegregation Ruling in Maryland

Morgan State U. is one of four historically black universities in Maryland that may benefit from a court decision on Monday. Even though the judge did not fault the state's budgeting, the universities are likely to see increased appropriations in order to open competitive new programs.
October 09, 2013

A federal district court's ruling on Monday that Maryland has failed to fully desegregate its public higher-education system is the first significant judicial decision on the topic since 1992, said an expert on the case, and could spur federal action…

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