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Published in Print: June 20, 2001, as Public Schools With Bilingual Or ESL Programs

Public Schools With Bilingual Or ESL Programs

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Most bilingual education and English-as-a-second-language programs are located in urban and suburban school districts. But as the U.S. immigrant population has spread to more remote locations, more rural districts have had to start such programs.

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Education, 2001

Vol. 20, Issue 41, Page 6

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