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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.

By Stella M. Chávez, KERA News
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.

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