Mexico struggles to educate indigenous migrant children

05/11/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

In Mexico, urban schools are offering bilingual education to soaring numbers of newly arrived migrant children who speak dozens of indigenous languages. Some parents oppose the multicultural education because they believe it's too expensive and hurts assimilation.

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