Denver activists want next schools chief to be Hispanic

03/23/2005 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

As board members of the Denver Public Schools were today preparing to pick a search firm to help find a replacement for outgoing schools chief Jerry Wartgow, many Hispanic community leaders are pressing for a Hispanic superintendent. Paul Houston, executive director of the American Association of School Administrators, says that could be a challenge, given that, nationally, Hispanics account for "under 1%" of all superintendents.

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