Fourth-graders Miguel Igualas, 10, and Diamond Fonseca, 10, read along with Miami Marlins center-fielder Marcell Ozuna (not pictured) during his visit to their classroom at Kensington Park Elementary for a bilingual reading session.
Fourth-graders Miguel Igualas, 10, and Diamond Fonseca, 10, read along with Miami Marlins center-fielder Marcell Ozuna (not pictured) during his visit to their classroom at Kensington Park Elementary for a bilingual reading session. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Fourth-graders Miguel Igualas, 10, and Diamond Fonseca, 10, read along with Miami Marlins center-fielder Marcell Ozuna (not pictured) during his visit to their classroom at Kensington Park Elementary for a bilingual reading session. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

Read, amigo! Bilingual literacy program aims to engage parents and kids

May 11, 2016 05:00 PM

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