Mexico’s border schools deal with an influx of English-speaking students

By The Christian Science Monitor
Saturday, April 27, 2013 19:30 EDT
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Mexico: Border schools adjust to influx of English-speaking students (via The Christian Science Monitor)

Schoolchildren scamper across the border to waiting parents in the Mexican town of Palomas in May 2009.(Tony Avelar/The Christian Science Monitor/File) Elementary students at Lamberto Hernández School in this northern Mexican city were long gone by the time teachers sat down recently to learn about…

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