By Erin Richards and Kristin Lam, USA Today
Jan 7, 2020
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“In some districts, the popularity of dual-language programs has led to concerns that English learners, who often come from lower-income families, will be pushed out by native English speakers from more affluent families.
At Oyster-Adams Bilingual School in Washington, for example, just 24% of students are English learners, according to school data.