Education and Schools in the 1930s
The Average White School
The Average Colored School
“equal but unequal” because the whites had all the luxury and the blacks didn't; however the blacks at least got to go to school and get an education.
Teachers In The 1930s
Parents In The 1930s
Some parents did not like the neighborhood schools because it had black people. To fix this, the school board made the neighborhood vote. The schools then became integrated schools. Parents also went to PTA meetings; however parents didn't go into to help the teachers patrolling the classroom or the playground.