What New Federal Data Say About Recruiting More Diverse Teachers

While there are more teachers of color in public schools today than at the turn of the century, they remain overwhelmingly clustered in schools with the highest concentration of minority students.

As part of a new longitudinal analysis of minority students' achievement in public schools, the National Center for Education Statistics and the American Institutes of Research looked at how and where the teaching force has diversified across the country.

Vincent Cobb