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A Seal of Recognition for Bilingual Students

Nine states, including Texas, currently offer a “seal of biliteracy” on high school diplomas for graduates who have demonstrated proficiency in a second language. But experts wonder whether the trend is necessary.

Teacher Silvia Corado works with students in her pre-kindergarten class as they learn syllables and word identification, p...

Nine states, including Texas, currently offer a “seal of biliteracy” on high school diplomas for graduates who have demonstrated proficiency in a second language. Eight more states are considering offering the same recognition, but experts wonder whether the trend is necessary. (NPR)

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