Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Low-income and ESL students fall short of federal education goals

Testing of Middle Tennessee students reveals low income and ESL students fall short of No Child Left Behind benchmarks. Ed Gray, assistant superintendent for instruction at Bedford County, points to an increase there in the Hispanic population from 1% to 12% of the student body in the last nine years.

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