From The New York Times: White students are largely concentrated in schools with other whites, leaving the largest minority groups — black and Latino students — isolated in classrooms, according to an analysis of U.S. Department of Education data. Blacks and Latinos are twice as likely as white or Asian students to attend schools with a substantial majority of poor children, according to the report from the Civil Rights Project at the University of California, Los Angeles. Across the country, 43 percent of Latinos and 38 percent of blacks attend schools where fewer than 10 percent of their classmates are white. And more than one in seven black and Latino students attend schools where fewer than 1 percent of their classmates are white. The report analyzed data from 2009-2010.