As for Bilingual education, how is TUSD supposed to service all languages spoken at each school? Why is she segregating only the spanish speaking students when there is a large number of other languages spoken in TUSD? I understand the need to get rid of the 4 hour English classes, but there also needs to be a desire for students to learn English in schools. Spanish speaking students do not see a desire to learn it because of bilingual education, whereas students of other nationalities have to assimilate because they are not given the opportunity to speak their own language. Stop babying some students.
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