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Preschool teachers may be racially bias against students, a new study found

Going off to preschool is a big moment in a child's life, but a new study found that these children may be exposed to racial bias in their preschool classes — through their teachers. Researchers from the Yale University Child Study Center revealed that teachers are more likely to expect young black children, particularly boys, to misbehave, according to the Washington Post.
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