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"E pluribus... separation: Deepening double segregation for more students." icon

E pluribus... separation: Deepening double segregation for more students.

This report shows that segregation has increased seriously across the country for Latino students and remains very high for black students. For black students, it is also double segregation by both race and poverty. Nationwide, the typical black student is now in a school where almost two out of every three classmates (64%) are low-income, nearly double the level in schools of the typical white or Asian student (37% and 39%, respectively).

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