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An imbalance grows in Cambridge schools

Placements based on income, not race

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / July 23, 2007

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Five years after Cambridge began using family income instead of race to assign students to schools, the system has become more racially segregated, a Globe review of data shows. (Full article: 1334 words)

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