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  1. Grant Boulanger says:

    Thank you, Martina for posting this. Darcy, thank you for your numbers! It’s important that the push for equity in education reach global languages programs. It’s important that dialogue around moving our subject area into the 21st century have real and tangible goals. If we truly believe that all students can acquire language (and 99.9% have done a pretty darn good job with their first language) then those of us in public education are obligated to seek out and apply those approaches, methods and strategies that will make students want to continue to learn in our programs and beyond.

  2. grantboulanger says:

    Thank you Martina for posting this. Darcy, thank you for your numbers! It’s important that the push for equity in education reach global languages programs. It’s important that dialogue around moving our subject area into the 21st century have real and tangible goals. If we truly believe that all students can acquire language (and 99.9% have done a pretty darn good job with their first language) then those of us in public education are obligated to seek out and apply those approaches, methods and strategies that will make students want to continue to learn in our programs and beyond.

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