How Teachers Are Fighting to Change One of the Most Segregated School Districts in the Country

Published in The Nation, written by Michelle Chen 

“New York City is defined by its glorious pastiche of cultures, colors and creeds. But inside its public schools, life is far more homogenous, with black and brown students siphoned into under-resourced schools by a persisting color line. But some teachers are challenging the policies that systematically leave disadvantaged kids behind.”

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