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Educational Approach in California/Arizon/Mass (Current Day)

 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 15, 2011 2:45 am    Post subject: Educational Approach in California/Arizon/Mass (Current Day) Reply with quote

I was wondering if anyone from these states could tell me how their district deals with the language restrictions in the classroom and how the faculty/students/community feels about this? I have been told by one person in California that the students become behavior issues because they get discouraged and frustrated. I wanted to see if others had similar stories or ones of the other spectrum where the students succeed.
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