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English as a Second Language (ESL): The main focus of this program is to teach students the English language. Classes may include students of different languages. The language of instruction is mostly English, with little or no use of the ELL’s native language. Usually ESL is taught during a specific school period, and students are involved in other mainstream, or bilingual classes during the day.  It is a pleasure to work with the Limited English student population.

The Bilingual Education Act (N.J.S.A. 18A:35-15 and P.L. 1974, c.197) was enacted to ensure that students of limited English proficiency (LEP), are provided instruction in their native language in order to develop academic skills while acquiring English language skills. The responsibility of the office is to provide assistance to local districts in designing and implementing educational programs that will meet the needs of limited English proficient students and to assure compliance with state and federal regulations.  The Spanish-bilingual program at School #4 enables the Spanish-speaking students to participate fully in all classroom activities.


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