The Atlantic explores why states are aggressively pushing for immersion programs. “The jobs expected to grow most in the next 10 years are heavily related to languages—hospitality, tourism, marketing, and healthcare,” DC Immersion is quoted as saying “There needs to be more urgency around a long term strategy that will ensure that our D.C. kids can fill those positions.”

Thank you New America Ed for Stories from the Nation’s Capital – deep dive into the state of instructional programs and supports for Dual Language Learners in DC. Great analysis of some of the existing immersion programs, and we’re quoted here too!
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