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99 families wanted Mandarin immersion in Wyoming, only 44 got in

April 10, 2013


Natrona County school board OKs dual-language immersion in one


 By ELYSIA CONNER Star-Tribune staff writer

Advocates for dual-language immersion applauded after the Natrona County School District board of trustees voted Monday night for a program designed to take advantage of children’s ability to easily learn a second language.

It was a bitter victory, though, for some people who had championed the program for the past several months. Parents of 99 incoming kindergartners had signed a “first come, first served” enrollment list, according to officials.

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