Updated at 10:22 a.m. CT
New research on Black-white disparities in metropolitan Milwaukee draws a sobering conclusion about education: Black students here attend the most racially segregated schools in the nation.
Not only that, but schools have resegregated over the years. Black children are as racially isolated as they were in 1965.
Some Milwaukee education leaders say, with the momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement, now is the time to change the segregation picture.