Minn. education bill includes changes for multilingual education

05/5/2014 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

An education policy bill that would change -- among other things -- the way in which multilingual students are taught in Minnesota schools is expected to be voted on in the House and Senate this week. The legislation aims to provide improvements in teacher training and support for parents of multilingual students. It also contains provisions that would affect high school diplomas and teacher licensure.

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