School Board Frustration Over Expected Immigrant Students

Aug 2, 2014 by

Members of the Indian River School Board expressed frustration at yesterday’s meeting with Governor Jack Markell over the impact of the state taking in over a hundred unaccompanied undocumented children.

The federal government has place 117 of them with families in Delaware.

Superintendent Susan Bunting told the board that the children will attend schools in the district promising to work with them.

The Salisbury Daily Times reports that in recent years there has been a surge of overall student population including Sussex Central High School.

And more than 70-additonal non-English speaking student arrived at Central High in the last school year.

The district wants to add two more classrooms at the G. W. Carver Center this year for students who do not read or write in English.

via School Board Frustration Over Expected Immigrant Students | Delmarva Public Radio.

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