Only five minutes remained before the end of the day in Sara Diaz's class at Parrish School in Carbondale, and after hours of learning, mental fatigue had started setting in among the students. At once, students abandoned conversations and coloring to look up, wide-eyed, at Diaz. Diaz's class is part of a two-way immersion program through Carbondale Elementary School District 95 that exposes students in kindergarten through fifth grade to both Spanish and English instruction, in the hopes that
With almost 40 million speakers, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the US, just after English. The number of Hispanics who are not fluent in Spanish, however, grows as families become more established in the country
OGDEN — Elementary and junior high school students from all over Utah competed in the state’s first Spanish Spelling Bee at Weber State University Tuesday afternoon and by the looks and sounds of it, it was the first of many. A...
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