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Enabling Arizona’s Latino students to beat the odds and achieve success (access required)

There is a great deal of discussion these days regarding Arizona’s large and rapidly growing Latino population — much of it negative. Lost in the debate is the very important fact that Arizona’s Latino students, currently 40 percent of our K-12 population, are a valuable resource that is absolutely vital to the long-term health of ...

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