100 word response due 2/2/2023
US public school students tend to attend schools where most students have the same racial or ethnic background. While this trend has changed somewhat over the past two decades, it's especially true for white students, according to analysis from the US Department of Education's Pew Research Center.
In the 2018-19 school year, the most recent year for which data are available, 79% of her white public primary and secondary school students were enrolled in schools where at least half of her peers were white. That year, more than half (56%) of Hispanic students and 42% of black students attended schools where more than half of the students shared a race or ethnicity. This includes those who attend traditional public schools and charter public schools.