Parents and administrators in the Shoreline Unified School District are anxiously awaiting recommendations from an advisory panel about the feasibility of a bilingual language immersion
program. The task force, whose grant from First 5 Marin runs out next month, was convened in August 2012 in response to growing concern about how to better serve Spanish-speaking students. 

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