Indiana schools adjusting to more Latino students

Latinos moving into Indiana’s rural towns for work are changing the face of these communities.  The demographic shift affects businesses, cultural institutions, and schools.  StateImpact Indiana’s Ben Skirvin reports on the struggles that districts face as they try to integrate Spanish speakers into small town schools.

StateImpact Indiana — Latino Students

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