Schools Offer Course Credits for Languages Spoken at Home

October 30, 2017 | The Herald (Everett, WA)

Students in some Washington state school districts are earning world language credits based on their performance on competency tests in their first language. Students have tested in a wide range of languages -- from Spanish, French and Russian to others such as Chuukese from the Caroline Islands of Micronesia, and Kizigua and Mandinka, which are spoken in Africa.

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