Supporters rally to bring back bilingual education in Mass.

04/14/2013 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

Some educators, parents and students in Massachusetts are asking state lawmakers to allow schools to teach English language learners in bilingual programs instead of English only programs, which have been in place since 2002. Proponents of English only programs say allowing students to speak in their native language impedes their learning of English. However, others maintain that bilingual programs offer students and educators more instructional flexibility.

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