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CA Feds. in new fight over how to classify English Learners...

10/23/2018 1:26 PM | Cheryl Casagrande (Administrator)

CA, feds in new fight over how to classify English learners

by Tom Chorneau

(Calif.) The Brown administration is pushing forward on a novel approach to serving California’s 1.3 million students that are not proficient in English—a strategy that has already been rejected by the U.S. Department of Education.

At issue is a long-standing dilemma facing policy-makers trying to keep track of the progress schools are making in bringing English learners into full proficiency.

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https://k-12daily.org/politics-education/ca-feds-in-new-fight-over-how-to-classify-english-learners

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