Many ELL students become proficient, but still fall short of AYP

Almost all U.S. states are having trouble meeting adequate-yearly progress targets for English-language learners in math and reading, according to a U.S. Education Department analysis. However, in more than half of the states, ELL students are becoming proficient in English.

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