Four-plus decades after Dr. King was shot down, the educational and home experiences of black and white children still differ. Those differences are sometimes complex. As an example, family members spend less time on educational activities with black pre-schoolers than families do with white pre-schoolers. However, in elementary school the pattern is reversed, with black children getting more educational attention from their family.
The data is from the 2012 Digest of Education Statistics reporting for 2007.