Calif. Teachers May Get Racial Sensitivity Training

Teachers in California may be required to take racial sensitivity training next year. The training would help close the "achievement gap" between students of different races; white and Asian students score higher on tests than their black and Latino classmates.

Elaine Korry of member station KQED reports.

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