Ariz. district may reinstate Mexican-American studies classes

11/13/2012 | Education Week

A proposal to end a lengthy desegregation court case against the Tucson, Ariz., Unified School District may include the return of Mexican-American Studies and other ethnic studies classes that had been dropped amid much controversy. Part of the suggested plan calls, not just for ethnic studies courses in the high schools, but for more multicultural offerings in the middle schools as well, education reporter Lesli A. Maxwell writes in this blog post.

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