To boost achievement, schools step up bilingual ed staffing

(Calif.) In light of the overwhelming demand for bilingual educators, lawmakers and districts across California have using bonuses, subsidized training and other incentives to improve teacher recruitment to staff classrooms with high numbers of English-learners.

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Think tank claims suspensions evenly meted out

(Calif.) A libertarian public policy think tank has suggested that the Trump administration reverse a long-standing protocol aimed at reducing suspensions in public schools, arguing it is a necessary strategy to keep order in the nation’s classroom.

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