Manchester schools get advise from Dept of Ed

Manchester schools get advise from Dept of Ed


The U.S. Department of Education says Manchester needs to do more to enroll minorities in college and career prep courses.  The department’s Office for Civil Rights says a review of advanced placement courses offered by the Manchester School District found very few black or Hispanic students in the classes.The district voluntarily agreed to take steps to provided better access for minorities.

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