Colo. immersion school experiences rapid growth

02/10/2013 | KKCO-TV (Grand Junction, Colo.)

Parents interested in enrolling their children in Dual Immersion Academy in Grand Junction, Colo., now must use the district's lottery system. "[L]ast year we saw a big jump in the interest level and this year we actually have more parents than last year showing interest in enrolling their child to dual immersion," principal Monica Heptner said. She attributes growth, in part, to an expanded interest in preparing students for life in an increasingly global society.

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