New school program will graduate bilingual students
from Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Students who can read, write and talk proficiently in English and Spanish will be part of the Fort Worth, Texas, school district's Class of 2020. That's when the first class of students is expected to graduate from the World Languages Institute. The program, which begins next fall, is the district's first secondary school to cater to students who have learned English and Spanish simultaneously. "I have already planned their graduation," said Carrie Harrington, director of the Fort Worth school district's world languages department.
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