ESL program keeps growing

OAK GROVE, MS–As school districts in Lamar and Forrest counties see a growing Spanish-speaking student population, officials are challenged with helping those students pass more rigorous state tests administered in English. Peggy Williams, assistant superintendent for Lamar County schools, oversees the district’s English as a Second Language Program full story

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