“Part of what makes those schools desirable to white parents, aside from the academics, is that they have some students of color, but not too many. This carefully curated integration, the kind that allows many white parents to boast that their children’s public schools look like the United Nations, comes at a steep cost for the rest of the city’s black and Latino children.” In the NYT Magazine, Nikole Hannah-Jones connects a personal decision to a much broader issue: Choosing a School for My Daughter in a Segregated City.