Growing number of minority populations in state's public schools




New Hampshire ranks consistently as one of the most racially homogeneous states in the nation. Census data show that more than 92 percent of residents are white. But just like the rest of the country, the Granite Stateís population, particularly its youth, has grown more diverse in the past decade.
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