Columnist: School boards should fight for foreign language proficiency

11/5/2003 | Oregonian (Portland), The

In a column in The Oregonian, Robert Landauer says school boards in the state are shirking their responsibility by not exploring alternative ways to deliver cost-effective foreign language instruction in today's budget-constrained environment. He believes terminating language instruction after only two years wastes the public's investment and the students' time.

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