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Stalling Integration: The Ruse, Rise, and Demise of North Carolina College's Doctoral Program in Education, 1951-1962

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This article discusses the creation of doctoral program in education at North Carolina College (NCC) in the early 1950s. The program was created in an attempt to skirt US Supreme Court decisions that called for more equal higher education for blacks. The program lasted for 11 years before it collapsed as it lacked the support of the black community who saw it as separate and unequal education.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 82 Issue 2, Apr 2005, p156-192 , il, por, f