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How Four Urban Districts Plan to Spend Stimulus Funds for ELLs

Read my recent story published in Education Week about how some school districts are planning to spend federal economic stimulus funds to support or improve programs for ELLs. I previously wrote on this blog about how the Seattle school district plans to use some stimulus funds to revamp its ELL programs.

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