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So-called 'good' suburban schools often require trade-offs for Latino students

By Gabriel Rodriguez, Assistant Professor, Iowa State University
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Many Americans think of the suburbs as exclusive enclaves for white, middle-class people. Yet reality paints a different picture. In recent decades suburbs across the country have rapidly become more socioeconomically, ethnically and racially diverse.

In fact, since 2010 most people in the U.S. – including people of color – call suburbia home.

Pew Research Center notes that 175…


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