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Mandarin Immersion supporters love farms

Original post made by Nico, Midtown, on Jan 8, 2007

Sorry, I know the title is a little silly. I just wanted to squish a rumor I have heard now from 2 people. If portables are added to Ohlone for MI, or non-MI, expansion they will NOT raze the farm. I just called Ohlone to confirm, and according to the office, it is completely not true. The woman in the office actually laughed.

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Posted by SkepticAl
a resident of Ventura
on Jan 9, 2007 at 9:59 am

Mandarin Immersion, huh? Haven't heard of it. Could someone take a few moments to give me the complete background on this form of education, the research behind it, successful models, and review how the proposal came about in PAUSD, and the pros and cons of various implementation models. I'd SURE appreciate it!

And since we have this rumor "squishing" thread, where's the rumor mongering thread?


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