Denver focuses on raising Hispanic achievement

10/20/2004 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

As Denver holds its first summit on Hispanic academic achievement, the nonprofit Colorado Children's Campaign has issued a report detailing long-standing socioeconomic and scholastic disparities between Hispanic and white children. Hispanic children typically are more likely to live in poverty, become teen parents and score significantly lower on state tests in every grade and subject compared to their white peers.

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