Latino Parents and Education Black and Latino students perform substantially less well than their white counterparts. Two educators talk about the achievement gap and how schools can bring cultural understanding into classrooms.
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Black and Latino students perform substantially less well than their white counterparts. Two educators talk about the achievement gap and how schools can bring cultural understanding into classrooms.