September 1, 2012

Article: More Area Schools Embrace Chinese-Immersion Method


More Area Schools Embrace Chinese-Immersion Method
By Ben Worthen
August 22, 2012

When kindergartners arrive at the Presidio Knolls School next week for their first day of class, they will be allowed to speak English only on the playground and at a few other times. Most classes will be taught in Chinese.

The Bay Area is now home to 23 such Mandarin Chinese-immersion schools, according to one count, many of which have opened in the last few years. Some of the schools are private—Presidio Knolls among them—while others are public. Still others are charter schools, which are privately operated but receive public funding.

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