Succeeding at this High School Means Juggling Multiple Languages

June 6, 2016 | PRI (Public Radio International)

Students from various countries are learning English, plus the native languages of their classmates, at an ethnically diverse Texas high school. The students are from countries including Saudi Arabia, Honduras, Guatemala, Rwanda, Iraq, Myanmar, Nepal and Rwanda. They are learning English in classes and from peers they learn Spanish, the most widely spoken language among the students.

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