English language teachers are scarce. One Alabama town is trying to change that

RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. – As part of an exercise to help the class learn English, a third grader pulled a block from a Jenga tower and read aloud a question written on one side.

“Where,” the boy read, then slowly sounded out the other words: “Where would you like to visit?”

“Disneyland,” one student said. “Space,” another classmate chimed in. “Guatemala,” said a girl with a bright blue bow.

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