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The U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Arizona Officials

Update: Read my article about the U.S Supreme Court's ruling on Horne v. Flores here.

I'm busy writing an article about the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling today on Horne v. Flores. The court remanded the case back to the lower courts for a closer examination of "changed circumstances" in programs for English-language learners since the original case was filed. Look for my upcoming article at edweek.org. In the meantime, you can learn the gist of the ruling (and also read the full ruling) at the School Law Blog.

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