St. Louis struggles to cope with influx of immigrant students

09/17/2004 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

In some St. Louis-area districts, the number of students speaking other languages has doubled in the past five years, as immigrants flock to the region because of its affordable housing and employment opportunities. The surge in the number of students with limited English skills challenges administrators who must prepare them to pass state tests.

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