Efforts Underway to Preserve, Revive Hawaiian-language Press
CALEC Bulletin #29 -
In the News
Hawaiian was revived in the 1970s, becoming the state’s second official language, along with English. In the 1980s, immersion schools emerged for students who wanted to improve their fluency.
“Based on its scope and the many interesting topics covered, this book will appeal to the specialist and non-specialist alike—to French language, foreign language, and international educators, but also to Francophones and Francophiles in the New York City area and beyond, and especially to parents considering immersion education for their children.” —Kathleen Stein-Smith, Fairleigh Dickinson University Adjunct Faculty in The NECTFL Review
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Est-il possible de parler la langue arabe étant jeune et de la perdre en grandissant, ou, pire encore de se retrouver presque incapable de la réapprendre plus tard. Pour répondre à ces questions, Nabil Wakim a écrit un livre passionnant, L'arabe pour tous, pourquoi ma langue est taboue en France.
In this short interview, NYC Councilman Mark Levine discusses the benefits of bilingual education and why it ought to be more accessible.
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