Teachers have less time for foreign-language lessons

02/16/2009 | Washington Post, The

Teachers say the demands of No Child Left Behind have left them with less time to focus on foreign-language learning, leading them to reduce lessons to 30 minutes per week. Teachers say students will not become fluent with the shorter lessons and no required homework, but they are encouraged to practice, and will eventually learn the basics.

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