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thewheel February 12th, 2014 1:14pm

Would you support schools in your area teaching both English and the most common language in your region behind English?

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cpaswr just say the letters
02/12/14 7:06 pm

There is nothing wrong with being fluent in a second language.

sadewt Rexburg, Idaho
02/12/14 4:02 pm

I think that doing that would take up To much instructional time.

NDAmerican Florida
02/12/14 10:49 am

I don't know how to speak redneck.

usernamehere Raise a little hell
02/12/14 8:40 am

To all who answered no on the last poll and yes on this one, lol, Spanish is the second language almost everywhere.

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thewheel
02/12/14 2:25 pm

Around here it's Hmong...

thewheel
02/12/14 2:44 pm

Sorry... I have a tendency to just graze when I'm reading comments.

usernamehere Raise a little hell
02/12/14 2:48 pm

It's fine I do the same thing sometimes.

TierasPet
02/12/14 8:24 am

Yes, I definitely wish I knew more Spanish. It would really help me with effective communication where I live.

heyitskay Boston
02/12/14 7:26 am

They teach classes in English, Spanish, and Portuguese in my area.

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TierasPet
02/12/14 8:24 am

That's great. They should do that in more schools.

JaidOC Macon, GA
02/12/14 7:16 am

For high school, I'd support mandatory 4 years of English and 2 mandatory years of either Spanish or French.

genuflect University of Minnesota
02/12/14 6:24 am

More languages=good thing

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TierasPet
02/12/14 8:26 am

No worries Ron's. Every time I talk with my Canadian sister I come away saying that.