Pitt County Schools is looking into new approaches to help native Spanish speakers learn English while simultaneously teaching native English speakers Spanish.
The school system is doing a feasibility study on two-way immersion programs beginning in the 2015-16 school year that would teach students the school’s curriculum partially in Spanish and partially in English.
Ann Borisoff, Pitt County Schools world languages coordinator, said many school districts in the state have had success with TWI programs.
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