Expanding Opportunities: Parlez-vous Français? Georgia Says 'Oui,' Leads Southeast In World Language Education
In the Southeast, however, Georgia leads the region with 22 percent of students studying another language in school. That's according to the American Councils for International Education.
Patrick Wallace, program specialist for World Languages and Global Workforce Initiatives at the Georgia Department of Education, joined "On Second Thought" to explain how Georgia became No. 1 in language education – and why it matters.
Listen to the recording: https://www.gpbnews.org/post/parlez-vous-fran-ais-georgia-says-oui-leads-southeast-world-language-education
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