Biliteracy programs promoted in California

In six states, a Seal of Biliteracy is now available to high school graduates who can show they can speak, read and write in more than one language. California was the first state to offer the Seal, and now a coalition of community organizations and educators seek to encourage schools to set up bilingual and dual immersion programs. They argue that bilingual graduates are better prepared to work in a global economy and value other cultures. Our correspondent in Los Angeles, Rubén Tapia, reports from an elementary school in a district that was the first to design what is now the Seal of Biliteracy.
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