America’s school-age population is more racially diverse than it’s ever been before. Yet schools have become more and more segregated over the last 30 years. According to a study by UCLA’s Civil Rights Project, the number of public schools across the country with an almost entirely minority student body has more than tripled over the last 25 years. Today, almost 1 in 5 public schools in the U.S. have just about no white students. Explore the factors that led to school desegregation and re-segregation in the latest Above the Noise video.