Special Instruction For Limited-English Students

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The percentage of children in programs for students with limited English proficiency dwindles significantly in second- and third-generation immigrant families.

SOURCE: Urban Institute analysis of Current Population Survey data, 1995.

Vol. 20, Issue 19, Page 7

Published in Print: January 24, 2001, as Special Instruction For Limited-English Students
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