Kids learning language
from National Journal
The country's demographics are slowly changing such that ethnic "minorities" — Hispanics, blacks, Asians, etc. — will eventually make up a majority of United States residents. The shift is glaringly apparent in schools that are catering to more diverse populations, which poses challenges for teachers who must cope with language and cultural differences in their classrooms. But it also presents unique opportunities for young kids to grow, particularly as they hone their language skills.
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