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New program for high school students in San Francisco to take college Mandarin classes

July 2, 2015

Here’s an example of a program that can work for Mandarin immersion students who finish the program in middle school but then face the prospect of no appropriate-level Mandarin classes for them at the high school level. This one was created with the help of Yalan King at The Mandarin Institute in San Francisco.

 

Mandarin Institute CCSF Concurrent Enrollment Opportunity 9th 10th graders FALL 2015

Mandarin Institute CCSF High School Concurrent Enrollment Process Fall 2015

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  1. Susan Williams permalink
    July 2, 2015 8:45 am

    Great. On this topic, have you covered DC International School, now in its first year? It was the response to the same dilemma in DC, but also for Spanish and French immersion students who also had no path forward. 

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