The Civil Rights Project at UCLA has released a report based on data from the U.S. Department of Education. The analysis finds that an overwhelming majority of Latino and black students study in racially isolated classrooms. It details that 80 percent of Latino students and 74 percent of African American students are in schools where the majority of students are not White. More specifically, 43 percent of Latinos and 38 percent of African American learners attend "intensely segregated schools" where White students comprise 10 percent or less of the student body. The report notes that White students tend to go to schools where about 75 percent of their peers are White.
View the UCLA report: E PLURIBUS… SEPARATION