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Struggling in School

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On average, Hispanic students have scored lower on the National Assessment of Educational Progress than their non-Hispanic white peers every year the tests have been given. In general, however, they have outscored black students. The results below are from the 1999 NAEP.

SOURCE: National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress, 1999 Long-Term Trend Assessment.

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