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In school, Latinos find fewer resources, ethnic isolation

50 years after Brown, largest minority in US struggles to succeed

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / May 17, 2004

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LOS ANGELES -- Jacqui Heiland, a teacher at Garfield High School for 48 years, put a blunt question to her social studies class: "How many of your parents were not born in this country?" All but one student raised a hand. "OK, how many have family members from Mexico?" Again, nearly everyone's hand went up. "Is this good or bad ... (Full Article: 1312 Words)

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