AIMS testing challenged in Arizona

An Arizona attorney asked a federal judge yesterday to suspend a state policy that requires high school students struggling with English to pass the AIMS test before graduating. Tim Hogan, who heads the Center for Law in the Public Interest, argued the state must increase funding for English-learner classes, as ordered by a federal court, before making the test a requirement.

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