In today’s global economy, there are more and more jobs where bilingualism is desired if not required.

“Some employers say that it’s also critical to hire people who are “bicultural,” meaning they understand the customs and traditions of their foreign-born clientele.”

Los Angeles Times, May 16, 1995

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Why Teaching Toddlers Mandarin Chinese Is a Smart Investment

Why Teaching Toddlers Mandarin Chinese Is a Smart Investment

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China now has the second largest economy in the world. As a result, language immersion programs have seen a booming demand for Mandarin instruction.
Parents recognize that working knowledge of this widely spoken language will only help their children in their future careers.

Dual Language Programs Are on the Rise, Even for Native English Speakers

Dual Language Programs Are on the Rise, Even for Native English Speakers

New York Times, Oct 8, 2015

Dual language immersion programs for children are growing in popularity across the U.S., and not just with families who speak a language other than English at home.

“Once seen as a novelty, dual-language programs are now coming into favor as a boon to both native and nonnative English speakers, and in areas around the country their numbers have been exploding.”