Hispanic Viewpoints

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A national survey being released this week offers insight into how Latinos feel about the state of education in general, as well as their experiences with their children's schools and opinions on school reform strategies.

Among Latino Parents ...
Attitudes Toward Standardized Tests
SOURCE: "National Survey of Latinos: Education," Pew Hispanic Center/Kaiser Family Foundation, 2004

Vol. 23, Issue 20, Page 6

Published in Print: January 28, 2004, as Hispanic Viewpoints
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