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Schenectady schools must overcome racial discrimination

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As if the Schenectady school district didn’t have enough problems, it’s now got to come up with a plan to stop what the U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights determined is a pattern of racial discrimination in the disciplining of students with behavioral problems. The federal investigation (which, to its credit, the district cooperated with) found that elementary teachers routinely branded disproportionate numbers of non-white kids who misbehaved in class as emotionally disturbed. In ...


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gina99
November 1, 2013
7:53 a.m.

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Maybe a multimillion dollar federal lawsuit will wake someone up? Racism, nepotism and featherbedding still alive in Schenectady. Home of the conspiracy of one.

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