Massachusetts school districts to end bilingual programs

08/27/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

When Massachusetts schools open their doors next week, up to 50,000 students with limited English skills could be immersed in English-only classes. Opponents of the change, which was approved by 68% of voters last fall on a ballot initiative, believe the one-year timetable imposed by the law for learning English is unrealistic.

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