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NYC Seen to Misrepresent English-Language Learner Services of Some Tutoring Providers

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The New York City public schools may be misrepresenting the ability that some providers of tutoring services under the No Child Left Behind Act have to serve English-language learners, concludes a report by Advocates for Children of New York.

The 1.1 million-student school system lists 80 approved providers of supplemental education services under the federal education law. Five of the 34 providers that responded to a telephone survey reported they didn’t have services for English-language learners even though four of those five were listed by the school district as having those services. Two additional respondents were unsure if they had services for English-language learners.

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