[...] Both stand out as islands of integration in the New York City public school system, which a UCLA study identified two years ago as one of the most racially and economically divided in the country.

Their diversity is no accident, according to Jonathan Rosenberg, president of the Hebrew Charter School Center,the parent organization of the two New York City schools and seven others around the country.
Rosenberg said organizers of Hebrew Language Academy put “a lot of sweat and work” into enrolling students of different backgrounds — and he argued that more charter schools should do the same. More.
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