Increase in racial segregation in New York schools causes concern

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A report last year revealed that there is the most racial segregation in New York schools compared to any other state. A panel in Brooklyn Monday night discussed ways to combat racial segregation issue.

President of the New York Urban League Arva Rice gave PIX11 the main points said at the meeting.

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