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English as a Secondary language
Michael considered fate at 11:31   |   Permalink   |   Post a Comment
Okay, that was a bad pun on Secondary, using the educational meaning. Ouch.

Following on the heels of the immigration inforgraphic, the New York Times has an infographic map of the United States showing English learners in our schools:
Students learning English, labeled as English Language Learners by education officials, are among the nation’s fastest-growing group of students. In recent years these students have flooded small towns and suburban school districts in states like Arkansas, Georgia and North Carolina, which have little experience with immigrants.

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