Vermont school embraces multilingual teaching as key to college success

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A school in northern Vermont has been using a teaching model that encourages students to keep using their native languages. It’s helped many refugee and immigrant students and their parents navigate the US school system. Yet — other students say more can be done to prepare them for college. The New England News Collaborative’s Ben James takes us to Burlington, Vermont, with the story.

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