England to require foreign-language instruction

Beginning in 2014, all primary schools in England will offer at least one foreign-language option for students ages 7 to 11. Potential choices include French, German, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Latin and ancient Greek. Officials hope earlier exposure to language education will result in more students learning classical languages, which can boost students' knowledge of vocabulary and grammar.

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