The group aims to start an immersion charter school
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — In the spacious basement of her Urbana home, Li Zhou caught the eye of preschoolers sprawled on the carpet in front of her.
She read them a picture book about kindness. The book was written in English, but before turning each page, Zhou addressed the children in Mandarin Chinese, describing drawings, asking questions and cracking jokes.
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