One D.C. School is Turning to Spanish Immersion to Help its Students Learn English

March 7, 2016 | The Washington Post

A predominately African-American elementary school in Washington, D.C., will become a Spanish language immersion school next academic year to boost student achievement in reading, math and other areas. Educators are hoping the cognitive benefits of learning a second language will yield improvements for students, all of whom will be required to participate in the program.

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