Opinion: Education must keep pace with global market needs

09/20/2012 | Minnesota Daily (University of Minnesota), The

The argument for expanding foreign-language education has become more convincing as the job market has become more international, and Americans should not rely on the rest of the world always learning English, Delaney Daly writes. Aside from the financial upside of bilingualism, research suggests cognitive and attention-span gains can result from learning a second language early in life.

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