Native Languages and 'No Child Left Behind'

NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports on schools that are preserving the language and culture of the native peoples of Alaska. Supporters of the immersion programs worry that provisions of the "No Child Left Behind" laws could undermine some of their efforts.

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