English learners in California show significant improvements

03/19/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California children who speak English as a second language posted their second straight year of gains on the state's English language development tests, with 43% of students demonstrating proficiency. Many educators credited the results to a renewed emphasis on academic standards, better teacher training and a 1998 voter initiative limiting bilingual education.

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