Brown v Board of Education

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Brown v Board of Education

The court case started when a parent of a student who was denied access to one of Topeka's white Schools in Kansas. Oliver Brown claimed that this action went against the Constitutions Equal Protection Clause because the white and black schools in the area were not equal and "never would be."McBride, Alex. "Brown v. Board of Education (1954)." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 01 Sept. 2015.

This court case resulted in the segregation of students being bannned. It ended the notion of "seperate but equal." It also brought up the idea of students with disabilities not being prohibited or deprived of equal education.

Brown V Board of Education

of Topeka, Kansas 1954

Educational Segregation

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Impact!The Brown V Board court case is where equal education all started. It provided eqaul rights for all students without discrimination.

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