Language-immersion schools struggle to find fluent teachers

10/8/2007 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Finding fluent, qualified teachers for Columbus' language-immersion schools is difficult, school officials say. The schools used to recruit teachers from abroad when necessary, but tight budgets have prevented the district from using those methods, resulting in at least one English-only teacher working in a school where all lessons are supposed to be taught in French.

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