Public schools are largely unprepared to teach and guide Latino students. These students face some of the most critical issues in the school system: sky-high dropout rates and low achievement. What can schools do to keep students in the classroom? A veteran education expert who rose up from inner city poverty to earn a Harvard University doctorate, gives practical advice to school leaders, parents and students on strategies to support teacher development and student achievement and graduation rates.
Guest: Dr. Samuel Betances, Diversity Trainer and Consultant, Souder, Betances and Associates, author of Ten Steps to the Head of the Class, Chicago, IL, www.betances.com
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