New Jersey is ranked the sixth-most-segregated state in the nation for black students, and seventh for Latino students. High school students from Ridgewood, Leonia, Cliffside Park and New Milford recently convened to propose solutions to the racial divisions in New Jersey public schools. To read about their efforts, click here.
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