Latinos Are Increasingly Segregated In Southern California Schools

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A new national study on school segregation shows that Latino children in public schools are more racially isolated than they were two decades ago.  This national pattern was true in all but five of some 150 Southern California school districts.

But the study’s authors also found that, regardless of race, low-income kids were more likely to have middle-income classmates.