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When 'Practicable' and 'Feasible' May Mean

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Between 2002 and 2007, the number of limited English proficiency (LEP) students in the state doubled from 60,149 to 112,534. There is not a definitive number for LEP parents whose children attend state public schools. While state and local educational agencies have considerable information outlining the rights of LEP students, none of the available guidance has comprehensively addressed the corresponding rights of LEP parents. This bulletin surveys key federal and state laws affecting the rights of LEP parents in North Carolina.
School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. Issue 2, Sept 2010, p1-23, f