Federal Investigation Forces California District To Revamp English Instruction

11/2/2001 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District in California schools will step up its efforts to educate students not fluent in English after a federal civil rights investigation found that a middle school wasn't providing adequate services for those children. The system must create master teaching plans for educating the students and will be required to institute better teacher training, as students with limited English proficiency make up 30% of the district's enrollment.

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