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A New York Times Reporter Visits Nogales

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Tamar Levin of The New York Times visited the Nogales Unified School District in Arizona to write about Horne v. Flores, the case involving state funding for English-language learners that the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on soon.

The reporter visited the same schools in the district, and even one of the same classrooms, as I did a couple of months ago when I traveled to Nogales and reported on the same court case. I reported on the oral arguments on the case last month.

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I'm surprised among ESOL teachers, how little this case is being talked about. Most people don't know about it. I have learned most of my information here on this blog. Thanks!

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