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“Keeping students from learning about their own history is structural racism, " says teacher Jose Lara.
Reading, Pennsylvania, is one of the most poorly funded school districts in America. Like students in disadvantaged communities across the nation—who are disproportionately students of color—kids in Reading suffer from a school finance policy that does not come close to providing them with education resources on par with those of their wealthier peers.
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