Belief in equal education falls in Little Rock, survey shows

Posted: April 25, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Panelists (from left), Cory Anderson, Gary Arnold and John Bacon applaud Elizabeth Eckford, a member of the Little Rock Nine, for her comments Tuesday at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. “We can never have true reconciliation until we honestly acknowledge our painful but shared past,” she said.

The results of a recent University of Arkansas at Little Rock survey on race, ethnicity and education show that a majority of black respondents who live in Little Rock -- 58 percent -- don't believe all children have an equal chance to get a good education in the city.

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