Selling Spanish Immersion
Reporter Jim Paluzzi — who also doubles as the general manager of the public radio station KJZZ Phoenix — spent time at a Spanish immersion school in San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala. He examined the different reasons Americans had for choosing Spanish immersion schools, why they were likely to choose Guatemala as an educational destination, and how teaching Spanish has become a cottage industry in third-world countries. The series airs March 19-21 on KJZZ 91.5 FM in the Phoenix area, and the stories will be published here on the Fronteras Desk website as they are broadcast.
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