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Should Spanish-Speaking Students Be Taught in English Only?

  • Aired: 07/18/2013
  • 10:16
  • Rating: NR
Educators have struggled to improve students' reading proficiency in the mostly Latino school district of New Britain, Conn. When administrators decided to eliminate a dual-language program for native Spanish-speaking students, not everyone agreed with that tactic. Special correspondent John Tulenko of Learning Matters reports.
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