ELL increase demands more funding

In Arizona's Mesa Public Schools, the number of students classified as English-language learners has increased 213% in last eight years. The district receives about $400 for every student classified as such via state tests, but Mesa teachers are frustrated that supplemental funds earmarked for these students have not yet reached the schools.

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