Attention is called to ESEA's impact on English language learners

Proposed changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act could harm schools in rural districts, and they should guarantee more resources for English language learners and students with disabilities, a House panel was told. An administrator emphasized the need for more funding for Title III programs that serve students who are learning English, and a think tank has questioned a provision that would include more involvement by federal officials in assessing programs for English learners.

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