"Construyendo cimientos de carácter, integridad y liderazgo en inglés y español"
Sociedad Hispana Doylestown member Jan (an LVDL co founder) took members and friends of Sociedad Hispana for a visit to the school referenced at heading.
What an eye opening experience! It looked to me like skillful teachers, experienced administrators, and student parents as volunteers, all combine to produce an outstanding educational environment. Clearly these kids are eager to learn!
As it was explained to us by Dr. Emily Cortes-Torrado, the CEO/Principal, dual language schools present unique challenges. A wide variety of backgrounds and language abilities requires teachers able to teach in a dual language environment.
For Sociedad Hispana skype friends from abroad, the LVDL school web link above has a brief definition of charter schools. They in essence are public schools, funded by state government subsidies, whereby students have a choice to attend the traditional neighborhood school, or opt into a free public charter school. If you have a deeper interest in the subject, the ever useful (and hopefully accurate)Wikipedia link to charter schools is here: