Report: Colorado's charter schools become more diverse

12/21/2005 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

While the Colorado charter movement is gaining steam, especially in suburban areas, Hispanics are, for the most part, still underrepresented in the nontraditional schools, finds a new report from the Washington D.C. think tank Progressive Policy Institute. Observers say that charters must offer small classes and bilingual teachers to attract Latino families.

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