Immigrant Students Thrive at Alternative High Schools

In some people minds, alternative schools are places for high school students with disciplinary problems, but at Fairfax County's alternative schools, most of the students are recent immigrants -- too old for regular high schools -- seeking their high school diplomas. Read the story in today's Fairfax Extra.

By Focus on Fairfax |  November 16, 2006; 10:26 AM ET  | Category:  Schools
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