Arizona Teachers, Parents Spar Over Bilingual Education Latino students make up the largest minority group of America's school-age population -- and there's broad consensus that public schools aren't meeting their needs. In Arizona, educators and parents remain bitterly divided over bilingual education, which voters banned two year ago. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.

Arizona Teachers, Parents Spar Over Bilingual Education

Arizona Teachers, Parents Spar Over Bilingual Education

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Latino students make up the largest minority group of America's school-age population — and there's broad consensus that public schools aren't meeting their needs. In Arizona, educators and parents remain bitterly divided over bilingual education, which voters banned two year ago. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.

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