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What Does Learning Look Like in a Multilingual High School? (Video)

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At Pennsylvania's Upper Darby High School in suburban Philadelphia, more than 15 languages are spoken in a student body of nearly 4,000. To help support such a diverse array of English-language learners, the school created a peer tutoring program. How is it working?

As part of Education Week's special report, Teaching English Language Learners, videographers Deanna Del Ciello and Swikar Patel spoke to students and administrators to find out.


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