Some Mass. schools are forced to trim foreign-language classes

Budget limitations and a focus on state tests are factors contributing to a decline in foreign-language instruction in Massachusetts' public schools, teachers and education experts say. Focusing on subjects evaluated by state standardized tests is a short-sighted strategy, some educators say. "The point of learning a language is not necessarily how useful it is but how to think differently," said a French teacher.

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