St. Paul schools close gap for English-learners

12/21/2006 | Christian Science Monitor, The

English-language learners, who make up 40% of the St. Paul, Minn., school system's total enrollment, are outperforming peers in other parts of the state and country, thanks to the district's use of a model that stresses collaboration between classroom teachers and ELL colleagues. The district also has instituted a streamlined curriculum tailored to its multicultural student body.

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