Can a D.C. Charter School Tackle the World's Toughest Language?

Washington City Paper | November 13, 2008
Mary Shaffner, the executive director of Yu Ying Public Charter School, uses the word "trauma" when referring to the students' potential problems adjusting to school. These kids are joining the one in five people on this planet who speak Mandarin Chinese.

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