Why Spanish Education Should be in the Elementary Schools of San Diego By: Spencer Paulson

Learning Spanish in elementary school can help children in their futures.
Children in San Diego who learn Spanish can easily knock down linguistic barriers between their fellow citizens who do not speak English.
Also, Knowing a second language can help children get a job easier.
And a student can easily continue to learn another foreign language because they already know how to learn one. Also, Spanish has Latin roots, like most other first world foreign languages, which will make it easier to learn another foreign language.
Spanish being implemented into the city of San Diego's elementary school's curriculum would help most kids' futures.

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