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Students with Special Needs A key question faced by dual language programs is whether or not all students can be educated well in them. In particular for our purposes here, the issue is whether there are any background factors, individual cognitive traits, or other characteristics that would suggest that a student would not succeed in a dual language program. There is research that indicates that children with language impairments can acquire more than one language (Genesee, Paradis, & Crago, 2004), and students with other special needs, including physical disabilities, have participated in dual language education.

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