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New Study by TC's Douglas Ready Shows School Segregation on Long Island is High

The study by Ready found that school segregation on Long Island is "double the national average" and, in Nassau County, it is triple.
The study by Ready found that school segregation on Long Island is "double the national average" and, in Nassau County, it is triple.

Link:  School segregation on LI twice US average


Published Monday, May. 7, 2012

New Study by TC's Douglas Ready Shows School Segregation on Long Island is High

The study by Ready found that school segregation on Long Island is "double the national average" and, in Nassau County, it is triple.

Link:  School segregation on LI twice US average


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