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In Rug City, schools considered generally integrated

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As in Schenectady, Amsterdam schools appear to buck the findings of a national student demographics study that found New York state schools the most segregated in the county. “Our schools operate as one,” said District Superintendent Thomas Perillo. “We’re very proud of that fact.” The report, drafted by John Kucsera and Gary Orfield of the Civil Rights Project at the University of California, looks at enrollment trends from 1989 to 2010. In New York, they ...

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