Using public data from the Department of Education, DNAinfo created this interactive map which plots out the diversity of the City's public schools.
Sixty years after Brown v. Board of Education — the Supreme Court decision that desegregated schools — racially-divided schools are still a pervasive issue in New York City, according to DNAinfo New York's analysis of 2013-14 data from the Department of Education based on self-reporting by families.
Play with the interactive map or read the accompanying article for more info.
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