Foreign-speaking teachers can't keep up with demand

Dec 14, 2007 Full story: The Recorder

“How can you work with someone who doesn't speak much English?''”

While the number of students with limited English proficiency is growing rapidly in Maryland schools, the number of teachers trained to work with them remains disproportionately small. via The Recorder

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Marisha

District Heights, MD

#1 Dec 17, 2007
This is true , i have experienced this in the eight and ninth grade. i couldn't understand them , only certain words and phrases i could understand.

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