Program for minority students under budget review in District 51

Nelly Garcia didn’t think she could go to college until her LEAG advocate said it was possible. LEAG, which stood for Latino Education Achievement to Graduation when Garcia was in…




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I think I need more education about the structure of our educational system. Obviously things have changed a lot since I was in public school. I thought Deans did what LEAG advocates do. Do we still have Deans in the school system? I can understand that cultural differences might dictate the need for some specialists, but all kids should be encouraged to stay in school and make good grades. Clearly we are failing more than just minority kids, given that we still have a 30% drop-out rate in our school system.

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