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Charter schools urged parents to broadcast their support on social media and call Governor Rick Scott to encourage him to sign the bill—but the nearly 10,000 phone calls, email messages, and other communications that poured in ran about three to one against the legislation, according to the Miami Herald.
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The bill passed the Florida house easily but nearly failed in the senate, where three Republicans joined the entire Democratic caucus in voting against it. Even Republican senators who voted for the legislation later voiced frustration with its content and the process. Legislators were not allowed to debate the bill or propose changes, because the sponsors had attached it to an annual state budget bill requiring an up-or-down vote.
4 – You will have to pay attention to exposure times
I tried during a few days to speak French at home and English when we were out but I didn’t like it. I think she is able to distinguish between the two and she already answers to questions in both languages.
9 – Your child might answer you in the “wrong” language
It may well work out fine the way you are doing it now, though I think it would be good to have some structure to how you use the languages. Every other day could work, or even a longer period. In this post by The Trilingual Mama you can read how she switches every two weeks: