/ Last Modified April 28, 2011

Ethnic Studies Vote Postponed

Tucson Unified School District still in a quagmire, say critics

Studio Ethnic Studies Follow Up 617x347 Mark Stegeman, president of the TUSD Governing Board, and attorney Richard Martinez join the studio. (PHOTO: AZPM)

No stranger to controversy and civic discourse, the Tucson Unified School District finds itself again in the eye of a storm. A recent protest to keep ethnic studies programs in the district's schools has again drawn attention to the controversial issue. TUSD governing board member Mark Stegeman and attorney Richard Martinez, who is representing saveethnicstudies.org, join the studio to discuss the ongoing quagmire.

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