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In the wake of Hurricane Maria, some students and families in Puerto Rico may relocate to the US mainland.
A Texas school district offers several options in bilingual education that aim to support English-language-learning students, parents and educators.
A group of parents in Canada are urging the Toronto District School Board to consider expanding indigenous language instruction, so students can learn the language and culture of their heritage.
According to researchers, how languages categorize color varies widely, for example it is easier to communicate about warm colors than cool ones.
Students will be able to study Japanese and English when Georgia's first public dual language charter elementary school opens in August.
Education experts say learning a foreign language has many benefits for the youngest of students, including ease in language acquisition, opportunities to learn about other cultures and expanded career options.
Kindergartners have started learning in two languages in an Iowa school's first French and English class.
Music can encourage people to learn Gaelic, and perhaps other languages, according to a study recently published in the Modern Language Journal.
California's court system, considered the largest in the US, faces a shortage of trained courtroom interpreters to serve in a state where more than 200 languages are spoken.