Foreign Language in Elementary Education

Foreign language classes teach culture diversity.

People who understand two languages are more adept to cultural differences in other individuals.

When children learn about culture through language immersion, they are more accepting of their peers.

Foreign students feel more included when their peers know about their native country.

Language and culture immersion should be just as important as core subjects.

Alexandria city schools is one of the most diverse school districts in the D.C. area

Which is why they should incorporate foreign language education for their elementary students!

The community the school is in will be improved from cultural acceptance by the young students.

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