Judge approves plan for culturally relevant classes in Ariz. district

02/6/2013 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Tucson Unified School District in Arizona has been ordered to provide courses that are culturally relevant to African-American and Latino students. U.S. District Judge David Bury has approved the Unitary Status Plan, which is the culmination of a desegregation effort that goes back decades in the district. Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne called the judge's approval of the plan -- compiled by Special Master Willis Hawley, an expert on race relations and academic achievement -- "erroneous."

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