There’s a new majority in America’s public schools.
In 2014, students of color outnumbered non-Hispanic white students for the first time in public school classrooms.
It’s a demographic shift that’s outpaced changes taking place in the general U.S. population. And it stands in stark contrast to the demographic makeup of the teacher workforce, which is 80 percent white.
So how to bridge the gap?
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