California grapples with costs of serving immigrant students

11/1/2005 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Calif.)

California will face extraordinary challenges over the next few decades as the population of Latino children, who already make up 46% of the state's public-school enrollment, continues to increase. The high number of students with limited English proficiency is forcing budget-strapped schools to consider new ways to close the achievement and cultural gap.

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