Lawmakers Vote to Prohibit Anaheim Schools' 'Demoralizing' Practice of Color-Coding Student IDs Based On Test Scores
Just last week, the state Senate voted 34-2 to pass AB 1166, a bill by Assemblyman Jose Solorio (D-Santa Ana) that prohibits school districts from including information about test scores or grades on an ID card or "any object a pupil may be required to carry while at school." Democratic state Sen. Lou Correa told the the Huffington Post that the color-coding system can be "embarrassing and demoralizing."
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