African-American and Latino parents: Poor communities have poorer schools
from THE Journal
Nearly three-quarters of African-American parents and families (74 percent) believe that the education black children get isn't as good as the one that white students get. Nine in 10 think schools in white communities get more money than the schools in black, Latino or Hispanic neighborhoods, a certainty that was only 83 percent in 2016. A slight majority of Latino parents and families (52 percent) believe Latino students receive as good an education as white students. And almost six in 10 (57 percent) think schools in Latino communities receive less than schools in white communities.
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