The authors consider how race plays a role in the funding of Texas public school districts. They explore the legal implications that come from evidence of a discriminatory funding system, specifically in light of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Population-level data containing information on the funding and racial composition of all Texas public school districts is explored. We are pleased to present The Texas Miracle: Racial Discrimination Alive and Well Sixty Years after Brown.
Raúl R. Calvoz is an attorney and author. He has published numerous works focusing on law and education. Bradley W. Davis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. His research interests include social justice leadership, public school administration, education policy, and education law.