#BHEARD: CLASS DIVIDE BREAKING THE
PATTERN OF SCHOOL
New York City has a school segregation problem. It’s more segregated today than it was 30 years ago. And it’s not only racial segregation, it’s also economic. The concentration of poverty in our schools creates a never-ending cycle that goes beyond the classroom. And as Brooklyn continues to gentrify, the school divide is only getting worse.We’ve seen the impact of segregation in schools, and now, this is our chance to change course. Join BRIC TV & WNYC for this vital conversation and #Bheard.