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African Languages at the K-12 Level. ERIC Digest
The teaching of African languages in the United States at the elementary and secondary levels is rare, but a number of schools offer one or more of the major African languages for instruction. This digest looks at the current state of African language instruction in the United States at the elementary and secondary levels and is divided into the following sections: Heritage language; legislation promoting language instruction; teacher qualifications; professional organizations; and resources. (Author/JL)
Author/Creator: Kuntz, Patricia Corp Author Eric Clearinghouse on Languages, Linguistics, Washington D. C.
Author's address: ERIC/CLL, 1118 22nd Street N.W., Washington, DC 20037.
Date Published: 10-00
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