Is ‘Integration’ Possible in the New York Schools?

Glazer, Nathan. "Is 'Integration' Possible in the New York Schools?" Commentary, 1960.

Excerpt: It is now more than six years since “integration” became an issue in the New York City school system; and, very likely, at the start of the new school term some of New York’s Negro parents—for the third time in a row—will stage a “strike,” and keep their children from attending the all-Negro (or nearly all-Negro) schools of their own neighborhoods on the ground that the education to be got there is inferior.