Controversy, lack of teachers hamper Arabic study

With skyrocketing interest in learning Arabic, schools are facing a shortage of teachers who speak the language. Unlike Chinese or more traditional languages, however, offering Arabic sometimes involves religious or cultural barriers like the controversy and protests that greeted New York City's Arabic-language Khalil Gibran International Academy.

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