Foreign Language Classes In Elementary School Sarah Booth

Introducing foreign language classes to elementary students will teach them about different cultures, and make them more welcoming of others.

Most high schools of the United States require students to take a foreign language class in order to graduate.

If students begin learning a foreign language in elementary school, it will decrease a lot of stress in future education

Most majors in college require 2-3 years of a foreign language for students' to earn a degree.

Many businesses across the world are global, so companies need employees who can speak several languages.
Bilingual individuals can easily find jobs.

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