By: Dannely Flores Kramer, Planning Director, @danneliux | December 3, 2014
Hopkins, Minnesota is a frontrunner in creating an immersion program for high school. Freshmen can choose courses taught in Spanish and more classes will be added to each consecutive grade until multilingual classes are offered to the entire high school.
It’s inspiring to see states where ethnic minorities and diversity are being embraced. This educational program should be prominent and the norm in parts where minorities are prevalent and cultural diversity is available at the tip of your fingers.