Brandon Estevez, Moriah Wilson, Jack Arnold, all 6, read Spanish books at Jeffreys Grove Elementary School in Raleigh. The expansion of language programs is being reconsidered in a WCPSS budget update.
Brandon Estevez, Moriah Wilson, Jack Arnold, all 6, read Spanish books at Jeffreys Grove Elementary School in Raleigh. The expansion of language programs is being reconsidered in a WCPSS budget update. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Brandon Estevez, Moriah Wilson, Jack Arnold, all 6, read Spanish books at Jeffreys Grove Elementary School in Raleigh. The expansion of language programs is being reconsidered in a WCPSS budget update. clowenst@newsobserver.com

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