Study: Schools Still Show Racial Disparity

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A new federal study finds that African-American and Latino students do not have access to high-level subjects like algebra and chemistry, and that African-American students are nearly four times more likely to be suspended. For insight on how to fix the nation-wide disparity, Currents Correspondent Katie Breidenbach visits one Brooklyn institution bucking the numbers – Bishop Loughlin Academic High School in Fort Greene.