Md. district considers adding foreign languages to elementary schools

08/30/2010 | ExploreHoward.com (Howard County, Md.)

Maryland's Howard County school district is considering a foreign language program for elementary school students. The state's winning Race to the Top federal-funding proposal included the potential to expand foreign languages taught in its schools, including Arabic and Chinese. A committee will review the matter and report in February to the school board.

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