Teachers help Massachusetts ELL students improve fluency, scores:

01/26/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Students learning English often take five to seven years to achieve fluency, but teens who hope to graduate from Massachusetts schools must master the language in time to pass their state exams. One district has improved their scores after successfully integrating such English-language learners into mainstream classes, where teachers help make the content more understandable.

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