Students at Wingate Elementary School are more talkative than ever, according to Principal Carol Wethington, though the reason why is not what you would expect.
San Francisco -- Should California embrace multilingualism as a goal for its children — or recommit itself to an English-only policy that goes back almost two decades? That is the question at the heart of Proposition 58, called the “Multilingual Education Act” by supporters, which goes to the voters on Nov. 8
Rebecca Sheldon's kindergarten class formed a circle on the floor, each student laying out a selection of brightly dyed beans.
Soon, words like hola, rojo and hablo may be rolling off the tongues of Bethlehem-area elementary school students. That's because next yearBethlehem Area School District students in grades K-5 may have a new addition to their specialist rotation: Spanish.