Commercial providers fill demand for early language classes

Many middle-class parents who speak only English want their young children to learn a second language. But fewer than one in three U.S. elementary schools offer language instruction, with most classes starting in the seventh- or eighth-grade, according to the Center for Applied Linguistics, so increasing numbers of parents are turning to commercial language instruction or community classes.

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