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Texas Sued Over Poor Quality of ELL Programs


In June, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the Multicultural Education Training and Advocacy (META) filed federal court papers over the poor quality of language instruction offered to English Language Learners in schools (particularly secondary) in Texas. The little advancement of ELLs in Texas schools is described as “alarming”, with tens of thousands of ELL students not acquiring the level of English language proficiency as required under the Federal Equal Education Opportunities Act. It is said that the programs are under-funded and poorly administered.

Read MALDEF’s press release.

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