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Judge: ELL law not satisfactory, state must increase funding by end of legislative session (access required)

A federal judge in Tucson ruled yesterday a law passed last year to revamp the funding mechanism to teach foreign-speaking students English does not satisfy a 2000 court order requiring adequate funding for those programs. After reviewing testimony and evidence from a eight-day evidentiary hearing in January, Judge Raner Collins said H2064 (Laws 2006, Chapter 4) ...

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