Arizona School Proposes Ban On Spanish Outside Of Classrooms

The Isaac Elementary School District is backing away from a plan to encourage students not to speak Spanish after critics raised First Amendment concerns. State schools chief Jaime Molera says he supports the ban, arguing that "immersing the students in English could only help them."

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