Fairfax Schools Absorbing ESOL Students Fleeing PW

Fairfax County schools' enrollment of students in English for speakers of other languages programs is up nearly 260% for the period September to March 31 over the same period last year. Other neighboring jurisdictions are also seeing similar increases.

Meanwhile in Prince William County, which recently began denying certain services to illegal immigrants, has seen a decline in its number of students in such programs. The news story is here.

By Focus on Fairfax |  April 28, 2008; 11:46 AM ET  | Category:  Immigration , Schools
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