Program in Maine aims to keep French heritage alive

11/10/2013 | Bangor Daily News (Maine) (free registration)

Students at two elementary schools in Maine have access to an after school program, where they learn to speak a regional version of French. The Maine French Heritage Language Program has been offered for three years and addresses themes such as roots and identity, festivals and traditions, food, plus songs, games and stories.

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