As MultiLingual reported in April, Illinois is one of a couple of states throughout the United States that has been looking to improve language access in the school system for non-English-speaking parents.
While the need for professional interpreters in settings like courtrooms, healthcare institutions, and conferences has long been established, interpreters have been somewhat absent in the U.S. education system.
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