5 Million Voices NPR Ed is exploring how the U.S educates the nearly 5 million students who are learning English.
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5 Million Voices

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English Learners Were Hurt The Most When Texas Limited Special Education

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Students From Different Cultures Collaborate To Communicate With Each Other

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New arrivals to Mexico discuss challenges during a class at the Tijuana Education Department. Sandy Huffaker for NPR hide caption

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Deported Students Find Challenges At School In Tijuana

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A High School's Lesson For Helping English Language Learners Get To College

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Alice Callaghan watches as students practice their English at Las Familias Del Pueblos in Los Angeles. Morgan Walker for NPR hide caption

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After Nearly 2 Decades, Californians Revisit Ban On Bilingual Education

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