Although New York City school districts are fairly diverse, student populations are often racially segregated by individual schools, according to an analysis by the Citizens' Committee for Children of New York. The report found that 41% of 1,842 public schools did not reflect the demographics of their local districts' demographics.
Analysis finds racial segregation among NYC schools
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