Sep 05, 2016

Teaching staff lacks diversity for wildly multicultural student population - StamfordAdvocate

STAMFORD — In the business world, research shows that diverse groups of workers outperform groups that are less so, and companies with a variety of leaders tend to be top performers. Only 7 percent of public school teachers and 2 percent of administrators in Connecticut come from minority backgrounds, but more than a third of students in the state are minorities, according to the Capital Region...

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