Spanish language classes designed to challenge Hispanic students

10/30/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

In Woodbridge (Va.) High School, Hispanic students take Spanish for Native Speakers classes to provide formal grammar training and to build better native language proficiency. Because such "heritage courses" lack an established curriculum, individual teachers determine content and instructional approaches.

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