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High school for immigrants raises segregation concerns

An international high school in Bowling Green, Kentucky, that opened almost a year ago is only open to immigrants and refugees.

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An international high school in Kentucky that opened almost a year ago is only open to immigrants and refugees. Nearly 3,000 refugees in the last five years have landed up in Bowling Green, a small town with a population of about 60,000 residents. Although the school intends to help these students assimilate to the U.S., some worry it could perpetuate segregation. (The Hechinger Report)

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