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School classes of all-black or latino students taught by a teacher of color, as a way to try to close the achievement gap. This move aims to improve the educational outcomes for black and Hispanic students by separating them from white students. It follows a similar approach taken by a Chicago middle school in 2021, which organized segregated field trips to foster a stronger bond between black teachers and students.
Supporters of this method argue that it provides a more comfortable and empowering environment for minority students.

Supporters explain that these courses offer a more relatable and less intimidating environment for minority students, especially in advanced placement classes. Is this a return to "separate but equal?"

“Separate but equal” refers to the infamously racist decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) that allowed the use of segregation laws by states and local governments. The Supreme Court in 1954 deemed racially separate schools unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education.

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tomkatmovie 5 Apr 14

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