🎧 The Daily: Why Did New York’s Most Selective Public High School Admit Only 7 Black Students? | New York Times

Listened to The Daily: Why Did New York’s Most Selective Public High School Admit Only 7 Black Students? from New York Times

The latest admissions numbers at Stuyvesant High School offer a stark picture of the persistent racial divide in America’s largest school system.

Perhaps the problem is more systemic than the small band-aid they’re offering as a means of fixing it?

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