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About 12 percent of all preK-12 students in the United States are considered English language learners. And projections indicate that by 2015, more than 50 percent of all students in K-12 public schools across America will not speak English as their first language. Fully understanding this prediction, educators at George Washington Carver Elementary School, located in Yuma, Ariz., serve a growing population of students where more than half are in a transitional language environment at home and among peers....[more]


The Spirit™ multimedia player helps the 10th-12th grade students in our library so they can practice using its recorder and the player in general for ESL....[more]

We use the 2385AV player for stories on tape/CD and to improve our music program....[more]

We are offering unprecedented bargains on limited quantities of these discontinued items. Available on a first come, first served basis...[view]