Government: Schools should teach "critical" foreign languages

06/21/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Some schools in New Jersey are using federal funds to teach India's major language, Hindi, after government officials recommended that schools begin teaching more foreign languages from countries that could affect the economy or security of the U.S. Those languages include Chinese, Arabic, Korean, Russian and Japanese, along with regional languages from Iran, Turkey and India.

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