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Race Matters: Study Shows Students Of All Races Prefer Teachers Of Color To White Teachers.

Students Of All Races Prefer Non-White Teachers A sociologist at New York University and his colleague recently discovered that students of all races prefer to be taught by educators of color to white teachers. Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng and Peter Halpin
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