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Economic Segregation Impacting Education

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Economic Segregation Impacting Education

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Economic Segregation Impacting Education

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A new study released by the Southern Education Foundation shows that most public school students in the South are from low-income households.

Joining Farai Chideya to talk about the implications of that finding are Lynn Huntley, president of the Southern Education Foundation, and Joseph Edelin, a teacher at Kipp Ways Academy in Atlanta, Ga.

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