S.F. School's Spanish Immersion Class Lacks Teacher Who Speaks Language
Despite assurances from the San Francisco Unified School District and the school's principal that a more than month-long absence of a permanent teacher for a fifth-grade Spanish-immersion class at Monroe Elementary School would end Monday, no permanent teacher has shown up. Susie Steimle reports. (9-19-18)

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