Dual language schools prepare children for the future

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As more than one million New York City public school students embark on another year of learning, a growing number of kids will be doing so, in a different language. Last year a new citywide initiative allowed for the opening of 25 dual language programs across the five boroughs.

As a result, many parents are taking advantage of the opportunity to flourish in an increasingly competitive world economy. PIX11's Lisa Mateo visited P.S. 84, The Lillian Weber School of the Arts (http://84web.org/) to find out more about the benefits and challenges.

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