Education and Foreign Students


Approximately two-thirds of Hispanics come from homes where another language (almost always Spanish) is spoken. Most of these students must learn English while simultaneously trying to master a school curriculum, an endeavor so arduous and frustrating it causes some to quit trying. . ."

- John Wahala, Assistant Director


Subtopics
In-State-Tuition


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