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Children in rural areas are affected by discrimination in a variety of ways. Poverty, race, family education levels, national origin, gender, and home language intersect within the rural educational setting and affect outcomes for the children who live there. Yet rural students are often overlooked by policymakers, philanthropists, and education decision makers.

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