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It’s 2015 and one Brooklyn middle school is about to receive a huge influx of new students.
Reporter Chana Joffe Walt follows what happens when the School for International Studies’s 6th grade class swells from 30 mostly Latino, Black and Middle Eastern students, to a class of 103 —an influx almost entirely driven by white families.
Everyone wants “what’s best for the school” but it becomes clear that they don’t share the same vision of what “best” means.
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