In recent years, much of the discussion regarding foreign language education has centered on its perceived benefits: a more robust economy, stronger national security, improved cognitive ability, and advantages in college admissions and the job market, just to name a few.

Below you’ll find the draft executive summary of the Languages for All whitepaper. This white paper is intended to answer the following questions:

  • Should the education system in the United States provide all children access to the interpersonal, developmental, and economic benefits of a second language?

  • Are our schools, colleges, and universities capable and willing to make language education universally available? If so, how? If not, why not?

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