Immersion programs make tots comfortable with new languages

03/25/2004 | Education Week

Many parents welcome foreign language immersion for their preschoolers as a means to promote bilingualism and enhance their children's native language skills. Few states mandate foreign language instruction at the elementary level, however, due to the costs and the NCLB-driven emphasis on developing math and reading skills.

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