Neb. district adjusts to changing language landscape

01/13/2014 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Omaha Public Schools in Nebraska has stepped up its programs for immigrant and refugee children in light of data showing an increase among both populations. A recent report revealed an 84% increase over five years in the number of refugee students in the district. District officials have taken steps to improve training for teachers who instruct English language learners.

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