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  • One Of The Nation’s Poorest Districts Has Found A Way To Help Immigrant Students

    Jul 5, 2016

    07.02.2016 | Huffington Post | Abja Midha is a project director with Advocates for Children of New York, one of two organizations that filed the complaint against the New York City Department of Education. Midha says there is still a disconnect between policy and practice. Few parents know about the language access complaint line, and even some who file complaints do not have their problems resolved. And, Midha says, staff at many schools still do not know the coordinators exist as a resource to help manage language assistance. “It really does deny the parent the ability to exercise their right to participate in their child’s education,” Midha said. Read article