Tucson leaders foresee problems if immigrants fail exit exams

09/24/2004 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Tucson, Ariz., community and education leaders fear that if immigrant students are unable to pass the state exam when it becomes a graduation requirement in 2006, the city will have to deal with a greater number of unemployed and homeless citizens. Nine out of 10 non-English-speaking 11th-graders failed the state exam last spring.

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