Students Whose Families Don’t Speak English Rise In Plainville

PLAINVILLE, CT–Poverty in local schools rose during the past five years at about the same rate that it increased statewide, but the town has seen a disproportionate increase in students from foreign language-speaking households. In a newly released annual report charting trends in local schools, the state Department of Education also concluded that Plainville has reduced class sizes full story
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