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Haitian schools expand use of Creole language

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CROIX-DES-BOUQUETS, Haiti (AP) — In a Feb. 6 story, The Associated Press portrayed the private Louverture Cleary School as emphasizing Haitian Creole. The school says it uses primarily Haitian Creole in an early education program for the community and then uses a curriculum that includes Creole, French, Spanish and English for older children. School officials say they don't favor a single...