Chicago schools spending less on Latino students than other groups

03/3/2004 | Yahoo!

A federal judge on Monday agreed to a plan that could release Chicago schools from a 24-year old court-supervised desegregation agreement at the end of the 2005-2006 school year. As part of that plan, the district released spending data, which, officials contend, show spending is basically equitable overall, despite a disparity in per-pupil spending between predominantly black and Hispanic elementary schools.

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