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Neoliberalism and contemporary reform efforts in Mississippi's public education system
Mississippi's performance on educational outcomes has consistently ranked among the lowest in the nation. As such, reform efforts have been continuous. However, the condition of Mississippi's public educational system cannot be fully understood without first considering historical factors, such as desegregation and integration, which have shaped contemporary reform efforts. The push for racial equality in Mississippi education faced strict opposition by Whites following the Brown (1954) courtdoi:10.17605/osf.io/7jtw9 fatcat:ki4klzfctjgvjbquaemfvat4ye