Leading a Diverse Campus to Success – Podcast Episode 27 | Classnotes Podcast Episode 27
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Classnotes Podcast (January 25, 2008) Schools across the country are adapting to their changing populations. One such school in southern Louisiana once served primarily English-speaking and Spanish-speaking students. But now, after Hurricane Katrina it now serves students who speak Urdu, Vietnamese, Korean, Arabic, Spanish and English. In the midst of this change, the school has ranked in the top three Jefferson Parish campuses for three years in a row. Elementary principal, Sandy Doland, shares how she has transformed her campus to succeed during a time of dramatic population changes. Sandy is interviewed by Hector Bojorquez, IDRA’s technology specialist.
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Show length: 30:09
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