“1.6 million students went to a school that employed a sworn law-enforcement officer, but no counselor.” That’s just one of the eye-opening figures from the U.S. Education Department’s latest civil rights data dump.

+ NPR: The civil rights problem in U.S. Schools.

+ US News: How Title I, the federal government’s largest K-12 program, increases the inequality it was created to stop.

+ Vox: Living in a poor neighborhood changes everything about your life.