Report cites need for more dual-language pre-K programs

06/5/2012 | Education Week

Public education must adapt to the rising number of children who come from non-English-speaking backgrounds. That's one conclusion of a report from the Center for American Progress on serving the needs of disadvantaged children in the U.S. The report recommends helping the students learn English while bolstering their native languages and cultures.

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