Siblings Separated Because Of Race

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    Polk County School Board Chair Kay Fields told 10 News, "To me, diversity is just as important as family, in my opinion. You look at Lincoln Academy. Lincoln Academy is in a black community. So, to me, that's important. That's a part of diversity, and I think we have to look at all of it."

    Polk County magnet schools get federal money, in part, because they were designed to be racially diverse, and school officials say extending sibling preference beyond the current standards could cut into that necessary diversity by reducing the number of spaces available for minority students.

    Race separating brother and sister in Polk schools? | News | Bartow News

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