Boston schools' language barriers persist
from Boston Globe
The Boston school system is failing to adequately teach thousands of students who speak limited English and provide them with rigorous coursework, nearly five years after promising the U.S. government it would overhaul programs to comply with civil rights laws, according to an ongoing federal review obtained by the Globe. The violations are so widespread — prompting repeated visits by federal investigators over the last few months — that the school system is increasingly concerned that the federal agencies might head to court to force compliance.
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