Bilingual signs line the hallway at Thomas Edison Language Institute in Carmichael in September. The institute has taught students in both Spanish and English for years, and the passage of Proposition 58 gives schools more freedom on bilingual education.
Bilingual signs line the hallway at Thomas Edison Language Institute in Carmichael in September. The institute has taught students in both Spanish and English for years, and the passage of Proposition 58 gives schools more freedom on bilingual education. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Bilingual signs line the hallway at Thomas Edison Language Institute in Carmichael in September. The institute has taught students in both Spanish and English for years, and the passage of Proposition 58 gives schools more freedom on bilingual education. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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