Fresno Unified student Marissa Angeles attends an English learner class at Yokomi Elementary in 2015. The district announced Friday it will expand its dual immersion programs, which start off by teaching nearly entirely in Spanish in order to produce bilingual students.
Fresno Unified student Marissa Angeles attends an English learner class at Yokomi Elementary in 2015. The district announced Friday it will expand its dual immersion programs, which start off by teaching nearly entirely in Spanish in order to produce bilingual students. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Fresno Unified student Marissa Angeles attends an English learner class at Yokomi Elementary in 2015. The district announced Friday it will expand its dual immersion programs, which start off by teaching nearly entirely in Spanish in order to produce bilingual students. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

Fresno Unified expands bilingual programs at two schools

April 07, 2017 06:18 PM

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