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From GoLocalProv.com by GoLocalProv News Team:
While Rhode Island public schools are required to submit information related to their racial makeup and composition, doing so is entirely optional for the state’s private and parochial schools.
As such, it’s difficult to get a true picture of how diverse many of the schools are as some of the state’s highest-profile institutions—such as La Salle, Mount St. Charles and Moses Brown—chose not to participate.
Still, there are some intriguing results.