One of the clearest ways to give a child a leg up is to be involved in his or her education. But what if you can't read the homework assignments or call the teacher? That's the reality for hundreds of thousands of San Diego County adults who struggle to speak English. KPBS education reporter Megan Burks says programs that help to bridge that language gap could be in jeopardy.
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