Early foreign-language lessons boost fluency

A Loudoun County, Va., program in which all first- through sixth-graders take Spanish classes appears to have increased participation in foreign-language studies among middle-school students. Students exposed to Spanish in elementary school find it easier to learn other foreign languages and are less intimidated, officials said.

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