Do Minority Parents Care More than White Parents?
New poll shows Black and Latino have a keener eye for their children’s school.
Minority parents are on the lookout of their children’s education.
African-American and Latino parents are more inclined than white parents to see problems at their kids’ schools such as spending, the quality of school buildings and the availability of support resources, according to a new poll.
Among them, 61 percent of African-American parents saw inequality in school funding as a problem, compared with 32 percent of white parents. Fifty percent of Latino parents said lack of computers and technology is a problem, compared to just 16 percent of white parents.
It's as though parents are looking at two very different sets of schools.
What worries you more about your child’s education?
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