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Help Us Investigate Segregation at Secondary Schools
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by Blair Hickman
ProPublica, Nov. 22, 2013, 12:53 pm

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Middle schools and high schools often offer an array of classes and programs in order to serve students with a variety of educational needs. They include talented and gifted, special education, honors and advanced placements, career and technical education and basic courses. ProPublica is investigating whether these courses have also become a means of segregating students by race. 

Help us investigate this issue by filling out the form below. We promise any personally identifying information will remain confidential. If you'd rather, you can also reach out to reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones directly at Nikole.Hannah-Jones@propublica.org

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