Classes revive student interest in Latin

Participation in national Latin exams is growing steadily and demand is growing for teachers as more schools see Latin as a path to higher SAT scores, college admissions and critical-thinking skills, says Adam D. Blistein, whose American Philological Association represents Latin teachers. Latin may soon edge out German as the third most popular foreign language taught in schools, says Marty Abbott, education director of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

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