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10 most (and least) diverse public elementary schools in San Francisco

GreatSchools ranks top 10 most diverse elementary schools in SFUSD While many communities across the country are stuck with racial and economic segregation, San Francisco has attracted a diverse population. The San Francisco Unified Schools District has long seen this multicultural melting pot as a benefit and designed a student assignment system that aims to creates
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