Parents of students at Ryelands Primary School in England have complained after their children were told to line up by skin color "from the darkest to the lightest." School officials say they just wanted to demonstrate the diversity of the school to students. But parents say the exercise led to students arguing about who was lighter and darker and to at least one student being bullied because of skin color.
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