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Topic - Agustin Orci
"That's the phenomenon ... states you wouldn't think would be the places where Hispanic students would show up" must now deal with the wide student-achievement gap, said Agustin Orci, executive director of the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents.
"If [Hispanic students] are lucky enough to be in a school ... where they're sensitive to the needs of Hispanic students, they're going to get better results. There are differences among the states," he said.