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Report: Charter schools should educate, not discriminate

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Categories

INSTRUCTION, student centered planing, accommodations, TEACHERS, community of practice, STUDENTS, culturally and linguistically diverse, English language learners, Immigrant

Areas

SCHOOL:Inquiry on equity, DISTRICT:Inquiry on equity

Authors

Dean, Amy B.

Published

January 13, 2014

Publisher

Aljazeera America

Abstract

Today traditional public schools are suffering cuts and closures at the hands of federal and state lawmakers — sometimes even at the hands of mayors. Schools committed to bilingual and English language learner (ELL) education, which serve kids who are learning English in addition to their native language, are as vulnerable as the rest. And the charter schools sprouting in U.S. cities, where many first-generation immigrants live, aren’t always able or willing to provide the same service.

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