California charter proposes Arabic language immersion program

Officials at a California charter school focused on serving immigrants from the Middle East and South Asia are proposing a K-12 dual language Arabic immersion program -- the first of its kind in the U.S. If approved by the county school board, the program would be launched in fall 2010 with a class of kindergartners and would add one class each year.

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