Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Portuguese Beats Out Spanish for Second Place at Garwood's A.L.J
The State Department of Education found that after English- Portuguese is the most frequent language spoken in the homes of Arthur L. Johnson High School students, according to its 2009-2010 report card released Monday. The survey found 89% of students came from homes where English was the first language spoken at home, with Portuguese coming in second at nearly 4%. The report found 2% of A.L.J students come from households where Spanish is the first language spoken at home.