Americas At college of missing Mexican students, history of revolutionary zeal

The Raul Isidro Burgos Normal Rural School is one of 16 teacher-training schools that came out of Mexico's revolution nearly a century ago. In more recent years the schools have become bastions of leftist politics.

By , McClatchy

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With its murals of Che Guevara and Karl Marx and painted slogans about revolution, the rural teachers college in Tixtla, Mexico, seems like a throwback in time.