Texas school districts draft plan to boost Latino student success

11/15/2012 | San Antonio Express-News

School superintendents in the San Antonio area have set a goal of having 85% of Latino students "ready" for college, as part of a broader effort to expand the career opportunities for these students. The U.S. Education Department is watching what happens in San Antonio with an eye toward encouraging other communities across the U.S. to implement similar plans.

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