Students learning English benefit more in two-language instructional programs than English immersion, Stanford research finds

A partnership between the Stanford Graduate School of Education and San Francisco Unified School District examines the merits of four approaches to teaching English language learners.


Community Village‘s insight:


My daughter has been in dual-immersion (Spanish / English) since kindergarten. She is now in 4th grade and reading English at an 8th grade level.


Most bachelors degrees require a second language. It is easier to learn the second language while young. It is an injustice and a frustration to children to delay until college the learning of a second language.

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