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Witness to the possible: Good outcomes for students with challenges

Date Published: 05/18/2010


My oldest daughter spent her first six years of classroom education at a school where some 85 percent of the kids spoke English as a second language and more than half qualified for the free and reduced-price school lunch program. 

Lucky her. Seriously.

Her school in Dearborn, Michigan, achieved terrific educational outcomes for a student body made up primarily of immigrants and first-generation Americans, most of them from low-income families. At the time that she finished the fifth grade, the school

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