NPR Special Report: Educating Latinos Latino students make up the largest minority group of America's school-age population -- and there's broad consensus that public schools are not doing a good job of meeting their needs. In the fourth report of the five-part series Educating Latinos, NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports on the particular challenges facing young Latina students. Browse online resources for the series, and learn more about past and future installments.
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NPR Special Report: Educating Latinos

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NPR Special Report: Educating Latinos

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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 are not doing a good job of meeting their needs. In the fourth report of the five-part series Educating Latinos, NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports on the particular challenges facing young Latina students. Browse online resources for the series, and learn more about past and future installments.

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