As Immigrants Move Outside Big Cities, More US Schools Create Welcome Programs

April 29, 2016 | The Christian Science Monitor

The need for newcomer programs has increased and spread geographically throughout the United States as more immigrants and refugees are moving outside major metropolitan areas. Communities and schools are working to meet a variety of needs for both families and students. As populations change, schools and teachers must learn to shift programs and curriculum to reflect their evolving communities.

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