A high school in Pennsylvania says some students are separated by race, gender and language for a few minutes each day. This happens in an effort to boost academic scores.

The initiative is a program intended on “enriching students’ experiences through mentoring,” according to a statement from McCaskey East High School in Lancaster.

Although there are some who believe that there are benefits to this experiment, some school experts say that it is misguided.

They plan to relace the policy with a “neighborhood schools system” that critics say will establish real segregation.

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