Teaching Multilingualism for the Future Application and Advantages

The need for bilingual employees is growing everyday.

Be it in the military...

or international trade...

The country needs trustworthy and personable employees to work internationally.

Translators and charades are unnatural, and could leave someone confused, or disinterested

If Lynchburg schools teach their students to be bilingual from a young age...

Students will master a second language to the point of fluency

And will one day be able to build good relationships with foreign businesses

Which means a flourishing workforce

And more money for the country and the individual

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