Ariz. alters practice of evaluating teachers' English fluency

The Arizona Education Department will stop monitoring classrooms to evaluate teachers' English fluency under an agreement with federal officials. The state had been facing a possible civil rights lawsuit over the enhanced scrutiny of teachers with accents. Instead, individual districts and schools now will be charged with evaluating teachers' English pronunciation and grammar in classrooms where students still are learning English.

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