To expand foreign language mastery, attitudes must change
Click on the title to go to the article at DesMoinesRegister.com. The author is David Maxwell.
Here is an article that is right up my alley of interest. The need for more students studying critical languages and people specializing in the teaching of foreign languages. I enjoyed the following quote from the article: A former "director of the National Foreign Language Center, Richard Lambert, called Americans 'the most devoutly monolingual people in the world.'"
It is sad that Americans are so monolingual. Many Americans have studied a foreign language but not enough to come close to our European friends.
Let's learn Arabic!