State May Appeal Block On Banning Ethnic Studies

Arizona may appeal a U.S. Judges decision that blocks a ban on ethnic studies.   Yesterday a final judgement was issued following a seven year battle.  Judge A. Wallace Tashima found the 2010 state law banning ethnic studies programs in public schools was racially and politically motivated.  Ryan Anderson, a spokesperson with the Attorney General's Office, says the agency is considering the likelihood of success on an appeal and will consult with Superintendent Diane Douglas about the possibility of appealing.

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