California poised to make major shift towards bilingual education, pending the results of fall election, but lacks enough qualified teachers.
By Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report
Wynee Sade and her husband along with four other families decided to establish their own dual-language Mandarin immersion school. Meeting at each other’s homes with just a blank sheet of paper, they began the long and arduous process of establishing…
By Elizabeth Jones
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