Mass. school helps children maintain Polish identity

Every Saturday, children who are Polish immigrants or the descendents of Polish immigrants gather at The Polish Language School of New Bedford in Massachusetts for instruction in the language. The 20 students and their teachers speak only Polish during the three hour class. The program was developed for the local Polish community to hold onto its ethnic roots, school officials say.

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