While no single racial/ethnic group represents a majority of students in MCPS, our analysis shows that there is often a correlation between socio-economic and racial dissimilarity across the district. The current feeder pattern seems to contribute to this racial and social isolation. Approximately 60-70% of all students attend school closest to their home. However, certain clusters show significant disparities where a few students must travel a lot farther than the rest. The widest of such disparities can be seen at the middle school level.
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