Report: Public schools in South show change in demographics

More than half of students in Southern public schools in 2008-09 were minorities, and more than half came from low-income households, a Southern Education Foundation report shows. The report says the numbers show the South as the first region in the nation to experience this demographic shift, likely affected by an influx of Latinos, blacks and other minorities to the South as well as higher birth rates among minority families there.

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