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A Brooklyn district forges its own path to replace segregated ‘gifted and talented’ programs

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As NYC kindergarten applications open, more schools try to bolster diversity

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NYC reconsiders elimination of high school attendance zones, borough admissions priorities

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More Chicago students are going to college. But their neighborhood can affect whether they graduate.

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U.S. News’ school rankings gain local traction, but could fuel segregation

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NYC school segregation legal battle continues despite proposed changes to gifted test

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Where is NYC’s plan for ‘gifted & talented’ admissions? 

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I live in one of NYC’s most diverse neighborhoods. Here’s why it’s so hard to desegregate our local schools.

Much of the school integration work happening around the city is just parents and educators spinning their wheels.

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In landmark school funding case, Pennsylvania lawmakers try to block evidence of racial disparities 

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This IPS school ‘feels like segregation,’ say parents who demand enrollment changes

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$100 million and many open questions: Here’s how Biden is approaching school integration

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She got into one of NYC’s top high schools. Four years later, she wishes she hadn’t.

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Suburban Philadelphia district’s equity initiative provokes anger over critical race theory 

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At some coveted Manhattan high schools, admissions changes dramatically alter incoming freshman class

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NYC parent council elections reflect bitter school integration divides

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Big changes to this year’s middle school admissions process yielded modest demographic shifts

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