Some say San Diego schools are moving too fast to integrate immigrant students into classes
from Los Angeles Times
San Diego Unified School District has changed its program for immigrant middle school and high school students who don't speak English. The district says its new approach empowers them, but critics say it sets them up to fail. For almost a decade, such students — many of them refugees — spent their first year in special classrooms the district called New Arrival Centers.
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