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ACTFL ❗ ❗ ❗ A mechanism in the brain makes it easier for bilingual people to focus and to switch between activities. ❗ ❗… t.co/F5XUcR8ago
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ALEXANDRIA, VA — For the third year in a row, more than 40 states plus the District of Columbia have reported a teacher shortage in world languages, an all-time high for the subject area since the Department of Education began collecting data over 25 years ago. In the report, language teaching vacancies are at the top of the list next to other key subject areas like math, science, and special education.

Strengthening the Student-to-Teacher Pipeline