Separate but Equal? 

Tucson's largest school district is under a federal desegregation order with a plan it helped create, but some advocates wonder if the district isn't interested in change after all

Perhaps the latest politicking over Tucson Unified School District's ongoing desegregation battle is just part of its $300,000 public relations campaign. After all, this is a district that's been in and out of a federal desegregation court order and legal battle going…

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