Grant funds critical language training for high-schoolers

07/18/2010 | Herald News (Joliet, Ill.), The

High school students in Illinois are immersing themselves in Chinese as part of a free language-training course at Lewis University. The program is funded by a STARTALK National Security Grant, which seeks to expand training for students in languages labeled as "critical" by the FBI, including Arabic, Farsi, Hindi and Urdu.

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