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California will soon provide ethnic studies classes for all high schoolers. Here's why.

Grace Hwang Lynch, Los Angeles Daily News

December 07, 2016 

"A study released earlier this year by Stanford University shows that ethnic studies classes have many long-term benefits for students, including fewer absences, higher grades and even better graduation rates. Those improvements were especially pronounced among boys and Hispanic students. San Francisco Unified intentionally made ethnic studies a freshman course with the aim of impacting students early, and keeping them in school."

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