Judge rules against Mexican American Studies

Federal judge Wallace Tashima upheld an Arizona state law that prohibited curriculum that was geared to students of one ethnicity and was intended to develop a resentment of one class of people. Judge Tashima ruled for the right of states to determine their own curricula for students; “The Court’s rulings stem in large part from the considerable deference that federal courts owe to the State’s authority to regulate public school education.”

UPDATED:  Federal judge rules against TUSD’s Mexican American Studies