Finally a state that's tossing PC to the wind for the betterment of America so children aren't being taught by teachers who "no comprende" and can't manage to speak the language that this country speaks.
That means not the 'bastardized English' we've all heard, or some South of the Border half assed version of it, or the "Guido Italian version which my family hails and spoke English, the Arabic version we all suffer through every time we see a doctor, or deal with some medical issue as I do every week of every month, and on and on.
Talk about 'Balkinization', we have 400 million people here speaking 10 million versions of English and half our time is spent repeating ourselves every time we say something to someone nowadays from the bank, to McDonald's, to Home Depot, to this restaurant, to that restaurant, I can't take anymore.
What the hell did I spend a $100,000 to go to college for when I don't even need to know how to speak English to make a living in this country formerly known as "The United States" that Obama the divider has near civil war today on about 4 fronts at the moment.
English; learn it, live it, speak it, or get the hell outta here.
After passing the nation's toughest state immigration enforcement law, Arizona's school officials are now cracking down on teachers with heavy accents.
The Arizona Department of Education is sending evaluators to audit teachers and their English speaking skills to make sure districts are complying with state and federal laws.
Teachers who are not fluent in English, have a heavy accent or do not speak grammatically correct will be temporarily reassigned.
"As you expect science teachers to know science, math teachers to know math, you expect a teacher who is teaching the kids English to know English," said Tom Home, state superintendent of public instruction.
In 2000, voters passed a referendum which stipulated that instruction of these classes be offered only in English. Then in 2003, President Bush's No Child Left Behind act stated schools couldn't receive federal funding unless an English teacher was totally fluent in the language. FOXNews.com - Arizona Seeks to Reassign Heavily Accented Teachers