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    How students from non-English-speaking backgrounds learn to read and write in different ways

    We found an interesting article about the different ways children, that come from non-English-speaking countries, learn. Our school system expects a lot from little growing minds and sometimes it can be hard to find enough time and alternative ways of teaching with strict curriculums. This results in many immigrant children to stay behind their possibilities. In order to prevent that from happening, schools need to find a way to adapt learning style to suit the needs of those whose first language isn't English.

    This article shows how different children learn and how important it is for educators and parents to understand that often it's not the child's fault that it doesn't understand something, but the way it is taught to them.

    If you would like to read the full article click here.