Foreign-language programs are being cut to save money

09/13/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some school districts facing tight budgets are replacing foreign-language teachers with computer software or eliminating the courses to save money. Supporters of foreign-language instruction would like to see the subject integrated into the core curriculum rather than being seen as an elective, and they want students taught earlier in their academic careers.

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