Latin is phasing out with teacher retirements in Pittsburgh area

05/3/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pittsburgh-area schools are seeing a shortage of Latin instructors because of teacher retirements, leaving students fewer opportunities to study the language. Educators say Latin language programs tend to remain in wealthier, suburban schools, and while rural schools are losing their Latin classes, there have been more Chinese programs being offered.

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