Partial immersion programs planned for Md. kindergarten students

06/12/2011 | Cumberland Times-News (Md.)

Four Maryland elementary schools are implementing partial language immersion programs for students in kindergarten. Students in the programs will follow the traditional kindergarten curriculum but will receive instruction in math, science and health in languages other than English, including Chinese, Spanish and Arabic. The programs -- to be in place by fall 2012 -- were developed as part of the state's bid for federal Race to the Top funds.

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