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Language Learning in the United States: How We're Doing
Americans do not study languages as much as many others--but there are some promising new trends developing. more
A high school student studies Chinese, a language spoken by one-fifth of the world's population.
Improving Students’ Capacity in Foreign Languages
Why foreign language instruction is important, and practical tips on how to build successful programs. more
Gary Locke with Chinese language learners from secondary schools throughout the city that are a part of Asia Society's International Studies School's Network or the Confucius Classrooms Network, on Dec. 17, 2012. (Anthony Jackson)

Gary Locke Advises Students: To Get a Job in 21st Century, Learn Chinese

U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke sat down with students from Asia Society's International Studies School's Network to discuss what the future holds for them. more
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Skills Map Shows Way to a Stronger Future
Watch a Congressional briefing on why this is. more
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Language Funding in Jeopardy
Congress to decide fate of foreign language program funding for K-12 schools. Raise your voice! more
National Imperative for Language Learning
The best school systems in the world focus on language learning; they know it translates to future success in a global economy. more
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Your Brain on Languages
What research tells us about the benefits of language learning. more
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Speaking in Tongues
Watch the PBS show and start talking issues. It will translate into a better future. more
Show your support for language education. (slowgogo/istockphoto)
Congressional Briefing on Languages
Business, national security, and education leaders make the case for language learning in K-12. more
Congress is working on funding more programs that lead to language fluency among Americans. (inhauscreative/istockphoto)
Language-Related Legislation in Congress
U.S. Congressman Rush Holt outlines legislation that supports greater language capacity in the United States. more