Tucson, Ariz., schools overhaul a program to help struggling Hispanic students
from The New York Times
The forecast for the year ahead is dire, so officials in the public school district in Tucson the oldest in the Arizona, summoned parents to an urgent meeting one evening to lay out the options: Close schools and increase class sizes or impose across-the-board pay cuts, making it harder for the district to recruit quality teachers.
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