Wis. elementary school introduces dual-language program

12/3/2013 | Watertown Daily Times (Wis.)

A Wisconsin elementary school has launched a dual-language program for 18 kindergarten students -- nine of whom speak English and nine of whom speak Spanish. Dual-language classes will be added for their grade levels as they progress -- as a group -- through the end of elementary school. In early grades, teachers say the focus will be on teaching Spanish, but more English will be introduced in later grades.

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