Controversy surrounds L.A. plan to separate native English speakers, ELLs

10/22/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

A plan in the Los Angeles Unified School District to split English-language learners from native English speakers in core elementary-school classes has sparked criticism and led to protests. While some supporters say the proposal would help improve the performance of ELL students, others say the policy effectively would segregate a population of students.

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