Race, Class, and School Segregation 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education

From "Omarina's Story." Frontline continues its examination of a groundbreaking effort to stem the dropout crisis in America’s high-poverty schools.

Frontline co-producers Mary Robertson and Kyle Spencer discuss education, race and class 60 years after the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that racial segregation in the education system was unconstitutional. Their two-part Frontline series includes "Separate but Equal" and "Omarina's Story" looks at the reemergence of school segregation across the country and airs July 15 on PBS.