Md. district integrates foreign language with STEM curriculum

11/30/2012 | Baltimore Sun, The

Students at two elementary schools in a Maryland district take a semester of Spanish and a semester of Chinese each year as part of a pilot program, now in its second year, that seeks to infuse foreign language instruction in a curriculum based on science, technology, engineering and math. The language courses primarily focus on science, but also incorporate social studies, language arts, culture and health.

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