N.J. district expands options for languages, arts programs

10/15/2013 | Glen Rock Gazette (N.J.)

A New Jersey school district is overhauling its language and fine and performing arts curriculum with new computers, speed and capacity along with a Rosetta Stone language-introduction program that began in January for fifth-grade students learning Latin and Spanish. Introductory French will return, said officials, who also announced that arts programming will be expanded at multiple levels, offering more choices for students, particularly among those in middle and high school.

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