Where Hartford schools remain segregated

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The majority of children living in Hartford attend segregated schools, new data show.

The schools remain segregated nearly two decades after the Connecticut Supreme Court ordered the state to eliminate the inequities caused by the isolation of black and Hispanic students in the capital city.

This map shows which schools are racially isolated, with a black and Hispanic population larger than 75%, and which are considered integrated.

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