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The scores that New York City high school students receive on their Regents exams is a primary measure used for citywide accountability to the state. Schools receive a schoolwide accountability score determined by the state to show they have made adequate yearly progress (AYP) under No Child Left Behind, and if schools do not meet their AYP goals, they risk being placed on the Schools Under Registration Review (SURR) list. Likewise, statewide scores on the Regents are reported to the US Department of Education for accountability purposes under No Child Left Behind, so that the state can continue to receive federal funding without sanctions.

Chapter Summary • Historically, immigrants have entered US schools during alternating periods of relative tolerance or restriction of the languages they speak, depending on the sociopolitical context surrounding schooling at the time. The use of minority languages was restricted after the United States entered World War I, and later tolerated during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The current period is one of restriction. • A wide array of program models exists for English language learners which either promote English monolingualism or bilingualism.

Bilingual glossaries are available for the following languages: Arabic, Bengali, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Haitian Creole, Korean, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish and Vietnamese. Bilingual glossaries were developed for Math, US History and Government, Global History and Geography, Living Environment, Earth Science (New York State Department of Education, Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment 2003a). However, bilingual glossaries are not available for each subject area in every language.

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