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According to a 2006 report by the Parliamentary Assembly Committee on Culture, Science and Education in France, "ilingual education based on the mother tongue is the basis for long-term success." Citing many of the known and accepted benefits of bilingualism and biliteracy, the Committee makes the case that bilingual education should be supported whenever possible, to help minorities retain their native language - and moreover increase their potential for higher levels of academic achievement in the process. Concerns that children who grow up with two languages will either fall behind academic
Recent studies and surveys show that there is a big ration to people who are using wireless phones to those who do not. Nowadays, businessmen and adults are not the only ones who are bringing and using mobile phones most of the times. Students and children are starting to have their own cell phones and majority of them are bringing them to school.
There is no better way for students to prepare for a successful future then by participating in college prep courses. These courses facilitate the transition to higher learning, and are designed to give students the tools they need to succeed in life. Perhaps one of the most renowned of these is the International Baccalaureate (IB program).
Many are aware that California state cuts have been significant, and have made it tough for those in and around education. With districts across the state suddenly forced to operate on a significant reduced budget-in many cases several million dollars-it is inevitable that tough choices be made.
Walk into just about any classroom and you will find one: A dark green board on the wall, lined with pieces of chalk and felt erasers. Chalkboards, also commonly known as blackboards, have long been a part of daily classroom life, but just what is the history of the chalkboard?
Japanese is among the most fascinating languages in the world to study as a non-native speaker. Its complexity, its openness to incorporating words from other languages (gairaigo), and its association with one of the world's strongest economies makes it an ideal choice for foreign language study. Here are 5 tips for learning Japanese faster and with better retention.