Two-Way Dual Language Pathway

Klein ISD’s Two-Way Dual Language Pathway is a biliteracy program that integrates Spanish speakers and English speakers through literacy and language development in the core areas of Math, Reading, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Beginning in Kindergarten and continuing through Fifth Grade, core subjects (Math, Reading, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies) are taught 50% in Spanish and 50% in English.

The Goal of the Dual Language Pathway is to help students become bilingual, biliterate and developing sociocultural awareness while promoting high academic achievement. This pathway will provide an opportunity for students to exemplify Profile of a Learner and Profile of a Leader preparing them to excel in a global community.

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  • Promote a new appreciation for other cultures and languages.
  • Develop high academic levels in new language while maintaining high levels of achievement in their native language.
  • Positively impact writing, comprehension, and problem-solving skills.
  • Promotes cognitive development in the areas of creativity, divergent and higher-order thinking.
  • Eligibility for students to receive Spanish High School Credit at the end of 5th grade. 

  • Families attend an informational meeting to better understand the program components and requirements.
  • Families complete appropriate application.
  • If selected, families sign a partnership agreement.


What schools will offer Two-Way Dual Language Pathway in 2020-21?

Brill Elementary - Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Fox Elementary - Kindergarten
Kaiser Elementary - Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Klenk Elementary - Kindergarten, 1st, & 2nd Grade
Northampton Elementary - Kindergarten
Zwink Elementary - Kindergarten, 1st, & 2nd Grade

How much Spanish/English instruction will my child receive?
Students receive 50% instruction in Spanish and 50% instruction in English.

What is our commitment to the program?
In order to achieve bilingualism and biliteracy at high academic levels, students must remain in the program through 5th grade.

I don’t speak English/Spanish at home. Is that going to affect my child’s academic development?
Not at all! Students will be highly supported at school, and we will share resources for home.


Kathy Vergara 
Instructional Officer, Multilingual

4411 Louetta Road, Klein, TX 77388

Elena Ruiz
Program Coordinator, Bilingual/Dual Language

4411 Louetta Road, Klein, TX 77388

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