U.S. students face tough transition in Mexican schools

Full story: The San Diego Union-Tribune

Yet she hardly feels like them. "I haven't got a clue," said the soft-spoken 13-year-old, speaking English recently between classes, surrounded by boisterous classmates whose conversations she can't follow.

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Boo Hoo

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I WANT MY MOMMY!!!!
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Nov 8, 2011
 
It is too frickin bad if these kids actually want an education and hope to go to college. Do you speak Spanish? Even if you do, have you been imersed in culture different than your own like that? Speaking from experience, It's not as easy as you obviouly think it is.

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