Salem schools find success leaping language barriers
Those students come from 40 different countries and speak 21 different languages. The largest percentage, about 37 percent, speak Spanish, followed by 13 percent who speak Urdu, 12 percent who speak Chinese, 8 percent who speak Arabic, and 7 percent who speak Vietnamese.
“All students in the program have shown growth in language development in their reading, writing, speaking and listening and in their academic achievement,” said Marshall.
“It was great for the girls, and they gained more confidence in reading and writing English,” Chong said. She said she was thankful for the patience and the support of the instructors and added that she even took the ESOL program for adults several years email@example.com
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