Why improving Hispanic education is important to economic policy

05/15/2011 | TIME (subscription required)

Many U.S. public schools are not prepared for meeting the educational needs of a growing population of Hispanic students, many of whom are born in the U.S. but are learning English as a second language, education columnist Andrew J. Rotherham writes. Rotherham believes schools must provide better training, curriculum and support for those who teach English language learners -- along with better tests to measure students' progress -- to ensure the U.S.' continued economic competitiveness.

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