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Latino Superintendents Lead Schools in State's Eight Largest Cities (Audio)

With a new school superintendent taking over this fall in Houston, every one of Texas’ eight largest cities now has a Latino running the school district. That’s a big deal in a state with a surging Hispanic population and a history of political underrepresentation.

Arlington Independent School District Superintendent Marcelo Cavazos stands with Melissa Aguilar during Operation Graduation…

With a new school superintendent taking over this fall in Houston, every one of Texas’ eight largest cities now has a Latino running the school district. That’s a big deal in a state with a surging Hispanic population and a history of political underrepresentation.

 

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