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Industry, labor, education, and government leaders are As well, ANCS is committed to having a student population that reflects the diversity of southeast Atlanta for all of the reasons supported by research. And our students of all backgrounds generally experience high levels of success when they leave us after 8th grade, as measured by enrollment in honors and AP courses, high school graduation rates, and annual surveys of our alumni.
Yet despite all of this, more than once, I have heard some variation of this question I was once asked by a prospective parent at an ANCS information session: So this stuff you do here is really better for middle class white kids, right?
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As you can imagine, the first time I heard this kind of question, I was a little taken aback. First, ANCS is experiencing subtle swings in the demographics of our school that work against our goal of socioeconomic and racial diversity. Some of the reasons behind this trend reflect changing demographics in southeast Atlanta as a whole that are somewhat outside of our control. But they also point to a need for our school to do a much more effective job of outreach and support before and after the enrollment process to families and students of color and of lower income levels.
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