Latino students in California public schools are more racially isolated from their white peers than in any other state — academics have known this for years. And a new study released Tuesday shows the problem is not getting better. … The research team — from UC Berkeley, UC Irvine and the University of Maryland — highlighted the L.A. area as typifying these twin trends of worsening racial segregation and increased socio-economic mixing.

For the full story, please visit


© UC Irvine School of Social Sciences - 3151 Social Sciences Plaza, Irvine, CA 92697-5100 - 949.824.2766