English-language learners largely isolated from peers

03/14/2009 | NYTimes.com

English-language learners are one of the only groups still largely segregated from their peers at school. While grateful to their schools for teaching them English, some immigrant students wish they were not so isolated in intensive English programs meant to help them acquire language skills quickly in order to prepare for state tests.

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