Few U.S. schools offer Arabic-language studies

05/27/2004 | Education Week

Only about two dozen schools offer Arabic due to low demand and a dearth of certified teachers. Some Arabic teachers believe the U.S. government should back up its calls for Arabic linguists with grants to expand the number of Arabic-language programs in schools.

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