San Pedro High School teacher Ida Lanza is starting an "Italian for Spanish speakers" class next year.
A Southern California high school and university are teaming up on a curriculum that may not surprise some people: teachers are using students' Spanish-speaking skills to speed their progress in Italian and French classes. Observers say it's a big deal in a public school system that's done little to nurture the heritage language skills of Latino students. Reporter: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
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