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At issue: whether Arizona officials were motivated by discriminatory intent.
Citing statements of lawmakers, judge says discriminatory reasons may have driven statute.
But the district court's ruling against a claim the law was enacted with discriminatory intent is sent back for trial.
Tucsonans air education grievances during visit with AZ Schools Chief Diane Douglas.
New course is called U.S. History from the Mexican American Perspective.
Douglas is hopeful that TUSD can bring the courses into legal compliance.
Nearly half estimated to be eligible for relief under Obama's executive orders.
Appeals court looks into intent of state law that disallows classes.
Ethnic Studies supporters to ask Court of Appeals to overturn Arizona law.
Diane Douglas, however, says she will work with the district to to achieve compliance in its culturally relevant classes.
District will appeal ethnic studies ruling if necessary, Sanchez says.
TUSD superintendent meets with Arizona's new schools chief, leaves upbeat.
Tucson Unified School District administrators surprised the school board last week by revealing they want to require a ninth-grade multicultur…
Saying he never planned to be a long-term leader for the Tucson Unified School District, John Pedicone submitted his resignation today.
The issue of Mexican American Studies (MAS) in TUSD has escalated to the point where protests, increased security and frustrated community mem…