School Stratification in New and Established Latino Destinations

@inproceedings{Dondero2012SchoolSI,
  title={School Stratification in New and Established Latino Destinations},
  author={Molly Dondero and Chandra Muller},
  booktitle={Social forces; a scientific medium of social study and interpretation},
  year={2012}
}
The growth and geographic diversification of the school-age Latino population suggest that schools in areas that previously had very few Latinos now serve many of these students. This study uses the 1999-2000 Schools and Staffing Survey and the Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 to compare public high schools in new and established Latino destinations. We examine school composition, school quality indicators, instructional resources and access to advanced math courses. We find that schools in… CONTINUE READING
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