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Spanish Instructors Develop 'Road Map' for Bilingual Education

UA professors Luis Fernando Restrepo, Brenda Magnettis, Raquel Castro Gonzalez and graduate student Grace Gonzalez Sanchez attended a conference on Spanish education at Harvard this spring.
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UA professors Luis Fernando Restrepo, Brenda Magnetti, Raquel Castro Salas and graduate student Grace Gonzalez Sanchez attended a conference on Spanish education at Harvard this spring.

The 'Spanish Road Map' is a project led by a group of University of Arkansas Spanish instructors to help develop more Spanish language programs from elementary to college classrooms and to show the importance of bilingualism in Arkansas.

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