California is among the states that have set up language schools in the wake of a Trump administration directive.
In April, the California State Board of Education approved a plan to create a new state language school for students in the Golden State.
The plan was approved by the state’s Assembly last month, and the Department of Justice and California Department of State have since filed lawsuits to stop the plan from taking effect.
The school is not open to the public, and will only be used by students from California.
California is also among the state that has already opened up more than 200 additional language schools.
California is now the only state that provides special access for students from Latin America, Asia, Africa and other parts of the world.
A few days after California’s new language school was announced, Gov.
Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that would give every school a “special language school exemption,” according to the Associated Press.
While the new state school has no enrollment limits, it will only accept students from certain states.