La'Keisha Gray-Sewell3 months ago
Thanks for posting. It is baffling to me that we remain the one country whose children only know one language, although we are so big on "diversity." The message we send children different is acceptable in theory not practical engagement; that everyone in the room can be of a different race, nationality, and ethnicity, but those differences should not manifest themselves in language, cultural traditions, etc.
Personally, I've seen schools that have IB programs and they are the ones that truly do have an immersion experience that lends itself to the global focus that society at large is moving into.
Thanks again for sharing this.