Proposals for dual language programs prompt outcry in N.C.

04/23/2012 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

School board members in Chapel Hill, N.C., got an earful from parents and students over a plan to cut one elementary dual language program and relocate another. Under the plan, the district would drop dual language classes in Mandarin, and consolidate its Spanish dual language classes into a single location. Board members heard from supporters of the Mandarin program as well as residents who did not want to see their neighborhood school converted to the dual language magnet.

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