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February 20, 2009


If it's impossible to implement your recommendation of Spanish in every school due to lack of money, then do we need to start talking about dismantling the existing language immersion programs to address the unequal offerings that currently exist between schools? Your post seems to just argue for keeping the unequal status quo.

No, but the first step is to quit adding the special programs which exacerbate inequity. I think that choice and the transfer policy that enables it must be dealt with before any progress can be made.

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