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AIR DATE: November 5, 2009

The College of Southern Nevada thought it was on track to apply for special federal funding as an Hispanic educational institution next year. The formula will require it to wait a few more years, but the college is still planning on seeking special those dollars in the next few years - in fact, as soon as it can qualify. We talk with college officials and a critic of education funding based on ethnicity.

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