English-language program for parents considered in budget cuts

02/5/2009 | Washington Post, The

In order to deal with a $250 million budget shortfall, the Fairfax County, Va., School Board is considering funding cuts to its English classes for immigrant parents of county students. However, parents who say learning English allows them to help their children with schoolwork and be involved in schools, are asking the board to continue its support of the program.

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