Ind. school's Spanish-immersion program connects with families

An Indiana elementary school's Spanish-immersion magnet program, which launched 20 years ago, teaches core classes, including math and social studies in Spanish and in English for art and music courses. As the Hispanic population in the district has grown, officials say the language-immersion program has helped families become more involved in the community while helping students become bilingual.

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