Are dual-language programs in urban schools a sign of gentrification?
from The Washington Post
The families streamed into Tyler Elementary, a squat brick building in the middle of a residential street in the District's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Parents and children packed the expansive auditorium on a Thursday evening, eating free boxed dinners and connecting with friends as they waited for the 6 p.m. meeting to begin. But what was billed as a typical community forum turned into a difficult debate that hit at a fear permeating so many aspects of District life: gentrification.
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