4 edition of Keeping limited English proficient students in school found in the catalog.
Keeping limited English proficient students in school
|Statement||compiled by Rudy Careaga.|
|Series||Program information guide series -- no. 7 (fall 1988), Program information guide series -- no. 7., Kraus curriculum development library -- BIL 9-013.|
|Contributions||Careaga, Rudy., National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education., United States. Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Limited English proficiency - Wikipedia. Ensuring that students become proficient in English without falling behind on their core academics is the main point of English learner services across.
In high school, the students have five minute lessons per week for 35 weeks, for a total of hours. The grand total adds up to hours. This is far from sufficient.