A Foreign Language can help in a Foreign World

Two years of a Foreign Language is required by the Milford High School in order for students to graduate

Even if a student barely passes a Spanish class the superintendent of the Milford School District still allows the student to graduate, even if the student could never recite the language again.

Spanish is a very complex language that easily confuse a High School student when compressed in to a single semester class over two years.
Because children learn most of their "core" knowledge at a young age, such as playing the piano, walking, and talking, a language as complicated as Spanish should be taught at in Elementary schools.

As an adult because your brain is fully developed it becomes difficult to learn new things, especially a foreign language

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