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  • At Georgia Brown Elementary in Paso Robles, students learn in English and Spanish

    Georgia Brown Elementary School, a dual-immersion magnet school in Paso Robles, has remained ahead of the curve when it comes to bilingual education in California.

Georgia Brown Elementary School, a dual-immersion magnet school in Paso Robles, has remained ahead of the curve when it comes to bilingual education in California. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Georgia Brown Elementary School, a dual-immersion magnet school in Paso Robles, has remained ahead of the curve when it comes to bilingual education in California. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Paso school’s bilingual kids are a model for a more peaceful world

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