Florida school provides English lessons to immigrant parents

01/11/2009 | News Chief (Winter Haven, Fla.)

A Florida school is offering English classes for immigrant parents in an effort to reduce the need for parents to pull their children out of school to run errands because they do not speak the language. Students in the same school are being taught in both English and Spanish as early as kindergarten, and educators say the bilingual lessons will help create more opportunities for those students.

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