Texas school district mulls Spanish-language immersion program

12/15/2008 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Fort Worth, Texas, schools are considering a Spanish-immersion program that would offer bilingual education to children beginning in kindergarten, with core subjects taught in both Spanish and English. The program is intended to help both Spanish- and English-speaking elementary students hone their dual language skills.

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