California school's Chinese language program is focus of debate

04/4/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The adoption of a Confucius Classroom at one California middle school is highlighting a debate over whether the Chinese government should participate in educating U.S. students. School officials say the sponsorship will not change what they are teaching, but it will provide the program resources such as books, classroom materials, a laptop and possibly a teaching assistant from China.

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