Money saving merger of language programs sparks concern in Calif.

03/18/2012 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Encinitas Union School District is looking at combining onto one campus its Dual Language Immersion classes, now taught at two separate schools, as part of an effort to cover a $5.4 million shortfall in state funding this year. Some parents whose children would be affected by the change have objected to the proposal because some students would have to change schools.

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