In the case of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the policy of segregation in schools was unconstitutional. One result of this ruling was that
A. segregation ...
... in schools ceased to be an issue as more districts integrated their campuses.
B. a constitutional amendment prohibiting school segregation was passed after the decision.
C. many school districts challenged the desegregation decision in state courts.
D. many school districts desegregated their classrooms within a year.
A. segregation in schools ceased to be an issue as more districts integrated their campuses.
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