Asian-American New Yorkers Feel Overlooked by De Blasio

Asian-Americans in New York City feel overlooked by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office, especially after his proposal to change how the city’s most elite public high schools admit students, The New York Times reports.

De Blasio called last month for the elite eight New York City schools lessen their reliance on a single admittance test and focus more on class rank and state test scores. He made the announcement while surrounded by students, elected officials and union leaders, but Asian-Americans were notably underrepresented.

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