Bilingual classes try to push Latinos toward college: Four high schools in Southern California are offering math and science courses using online curriculum from Mexico to get more Latino students to meet requirements to go to college.

Photo: Cesar Fuentes, a math instructor at Sylmar High School, teaches Algebra I to Spanish-speaking students using Project SOL (Secondary Online Learning), a collaboration between the Mexican government and the UC system. Credit: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times

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