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Morning Read: Survey shows black, Latino parents want better teachers, tougher curriculum

LA School Report | April 11, 2016

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Black and Latino parents want better teachers and harder classes for their kids
In a nationally representative survey of black and Latino parents in the U.S., the Leadership Conference Education Fund found that these parents care about having good teachers, more money for their schools and a more challenging curriculum for their students. By Sonali Kohli, Los Angeles Times

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