Students in New Jersey celebrated Chinese New Year by crafting traditional red paper lanterns, performing traditional dances and holding other cultural events. The number of New Jersey schools with Mandarin language programs has more than doubled since 2005, mirroring a national trend to teach the language, which is expected to prepare students to succeed in a global workforce.
Schools with Mandarin programs usher in Year of the Dragon
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