Panel wants language requirement out of Wyoming scholarship

A Wyoming panel wants to remove a provision requiring two years of language study in high school as part of the requirements for students seeking state-funded Hathaway Scholarships. Students would be able to substitute fine-arts or technical courses if the measure is enacted. Some school officials said the change would give students more options, but others argued language learning should be mandatory because it improves thinking, listening and creativity among students.

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