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Schools Falter at Keeping ELL Families in the Loop

posted Oct 5, 2012, 10:13 AM by Gary Jones
"The parent piece is so, so important for the success of these students, but it's also one of the most difficult things we've had to tackle," said Jim D. Rollins, the superintendent in Springdale, Ark., where the 19,000-student school system has gone from having no English-learners 15 years ago to more than 8,500 now. "You have to make it a priority and work on it, work on it, and work on it."

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