High school offers classes separated by race

Posted on AllSides November 27th, 2023
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(NewsNation) — A high school in Evanston, Illinois, implemented a program back in 2019 that let students segregate by race in order to address learning gaps. The program has gained popularity and has even expanded. Advocates for the program say it can help make students feel more comfortable in the classroom, which increases their chances of doing better in school. This year at Evanston Township High School, nearly 200 Black and Latino students signed up for core classes, like math and writing, within the program. Those students will attend classes...

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