Bill would allow La. parents to petition for immersion programs

06/3/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Under a proposed law in Louisiana, schools would be compelled to start language immersion programs if they receive written requests from 25 or more parents. Some lawmakers have raised concerns that the state does not provide enough extra funding for immersion programs to create such a mandate. However, the measure passed the House by a wide margin and soon will be considered in the Senate.

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