Small Steps, but No Major Push, to Integrate New York’s Schools

By Elizabeth A. Harris, The New York Times

“For all its kaleidoscopic diversity, New York City has one of the most segregated school systems in the country, with divisions created and reinforced by decades of policy decisions. But over the past year, some areas of the system have begun experimenting with ways to desegregate, if not by the color of children’s skin, at least by their families’ wealth.”

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