Los Angeles district will restructure Belmont High School

Jan. 27, 2011
Students will be taught in English, Spanish and Mandarin

From The Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles school district officials will restructure Belmont High School, and most employees will have to reapply for their jobs and agree to a curriculum in which students will be taught in English, Spanish and Mandarin. The move marks the third time recently that officials have taken such measures using federal guidelines allowing districts to revamp struggling campuses. Belmont serves a student body that is almost 90 percent Latino. It also serves parts of Chinatown.

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