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Cockerham 1Audrey CockerhamIntro to Public Policy & AdminDr. Russell Frazier25 April 2019Brown vs. Board of Educationand School IntegrationThe purpose of this paper is to analyze school integration policy that were formed after the famous case of Brown vs. the Board of Education, how they impacted communities, and if they were affective in integrating schools. School integration policies are and were very important to the world because it is one of the defining moments for the Civil Rights Movement and a groundbreaking moment for the African Americans. They were just one step closer to having the same rights as others in the United States, more specifically the south.Brown vs. Board of Education, formally known as Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, was a landmark case in 1954, where the Supreme Court justices ruled unanimously ruledthat racial segregation of children within public schools was unconstitutional. The case was the cornerstone of the civil rights movement and helped establish the precedent that “separate but equal” education and other formalities were, in fact, not equal at all. This whole case comes from