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As diverse students fill Frisco schools, learning gaps are a challenge (audio)

As the city of Frisco has morphed from small town to boom town, its schools have transformed, too. These days, the majority of Frisco students are non-white.

Students crowd the hallway after the last bell rings at Liberty High School in Frisco.

Teachers and administrators are responding to the demographic changes in the district — and the academic challenges and community issues that have come with those changes.

See the full story at KERA News.

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