Diversity is Important to One’s Training trajectory, Even in Middle Schools

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A study, which was conducted by UCLA researcher and reported in the journal Child Development, demonstrates the importance of diversity to middle school students. Stuart Wolpert noted findings of the study in his article Students of All Races Feel Safer in Ethnically Diverse Middle Schools, UCLA Researchers Report.

Link to full article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/students-feel-safer-in-ethnically-diverse-middle-schools-ucla-researchers-report.

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