Brown v. Board of Education Facts: Lesson for Kids

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Racial Segregation was upheld by the concept of 'Separate but Equal.' This concept was established during the Supreme Court Case _____.

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1. Brown v. Board of Education was argued by which one of the following?

2. The Supreme Court ultimately decided in favor of Oliver Brown by ruling that segregation violated which one of the following amendments to the U.S. Constitution?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this quiz and worksheet to see what you understand about the Brown v. Board of Education case. You will be asked about things like 'separate but equal' and facts about this case.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In this quiz you will be tested on:

  • Who argued the case for Brown v. Board of Education
  • The court case that created 'separate but equal'
  • The amendment used by the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - check to see what you remember about Brown v. Board of Education and how it changed American schools
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand important information from the lesson on Brown v. Board of Education
  • Defining key concepts - know the meaning of massive resistance

Additional Learning

You can find out even more about this subject by reading the lesson called Brown v. Board of Education Facts: Lesson for Kids. Read this lesson to learn about:

  • What racial segregation is
  • The background on Brown v. Board of Education
  • Important people in the case
  • Results and responses to the ruling
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