Kaplan Higher Education is apologizing for the actions of an instructor in one of its California campuses who told students that Spanish could not be spoken in class, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Kaplan officials said that while their policies state that courses are taught in English, there is no ban on students talking in Spanish.
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