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Study Finds Racial Segregation Starts Early in New York Schools

A new study by the Century Foundation found that New York City pre-kindergarten classes are even more racially segregated than their public kindergarten counterparts.

An early reader looks to teacher, Josefina Pineda, in her Pre-K at the Dallas Independent School District elementary schoo...

A new study by the Century Foundation found that New York City pre-kindergarten classes are even more racially segregated than their public kindergarten counterparts. According to the study’s authors, in one out of every six New York City pre-kindergarten classes, 90 percent of the students belonged to the same race or ethnicity. (The New York Times)

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