The story in the Star Tribune about not redrawing district lines to even out the diversity in Eden Prairie's elementary schools is interesting to me.
It compares the nonwhite enrollment of the area schools and the Supreme Court decision to not move students around based on race. I never knew that this type of thing was an issue that needed to be dealt with by the Supreme Court.
It does not really focus on stereotypes, although it does seem to say that schools with higher rates of minority groups and those learning English as a second language need special help. I don't know if that is true, but that is the only stereotyping I noticed in the story.