The Boston public school system has failed to take sufficient steps to increase teacher diversity, and consequently its teaching force is no more diverse today than it was a decade ago, according to a report issued Wednesday by the Boston Teachers Union and several organizations representing people of color.

In a district where the overwhelming majority of students are black, Latino, or Asian, Boston’s teaching force is predominantly white. During the last school year, just 20 percent of teachers were black, 10 percent were Latino, and 6 percent were Asian, according to the report, “Broken Promises: Teacher Diversity in Boston Public Schools.”

Read the full article by James Vaznis on the Boston Globe website.