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Bilingual law fails first test

Most students not learning English quickly

By Maria Sacchetti and Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / May 21, 2006

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Three years after Massachusetts ended statewide bilingual education, most non-native English speakers are not fluent enough to function in a regular classroom, state test results show. (Full article: 1453 words)

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