The city's rapidly growing student population of recent immigrants and refugees — now numbering more than 3,000 — has historically been "largely invisible" in Buffalo schools, the report contends.
"In short, the instructional program for many of these new Americans is poorly defined, inconsistently implemented, and lacking a clear strategy for developing English acquisition skills."
This is unacceptable and contrasts sharply with the Buffalo Public Schools' unblemished record of educating students born here. A spokesman for the Buffalo Public Schools reacted to the criticism by saying, "What's the problem? Most of the American kids we teach leave our school system unable to speak English, either."
Included in the following article is the 158 page report which proves someone out there has a tremendous amount of free time while the rest of us are actually busy working:
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