Segregation still prevalent in many districts

Sept. 20, 2010
Northeastern University report looks at 100 U.S. metropolitan areas

From The Boston Globe: A new study shows that public schools in the Boston and Springfield, Mass., areas are among the most racially segregated in the nation. The Northeastern University report found that of the 100 large metropolitan area schools it examined, the Springfield area ranked second behind Los Angeles for the most segregated for Latino students, while the Boston area ranked fourth in the same category.

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