Breaking up big schools has consequences for ESL

02/16/2007 | NYTimes.com

New York City's planned restructuring of big high schools into smaller instructional units can create problems for students who are enrolled in bilingual courses. Often, the smaller schools don't have the staff and scale to offer curriculum for students from non-English language backgrounds.

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