The U.S. Department of Education says kids at schools with mostly black or Latino students don’t get as good of an education as kids at schools with mostly white students. Generally speaking, their teachers are not as experienced and their buildings are in worse shape.
You can see that in Detroit, Flint, and other Michigan cities.
There was a major Michigan court case that could have ended segregated schools and made it possible for children to have a good education no matter where they lived.
Here's how that court case might have made a difference today.