Some Tenn. schools seek to build stronger Chinese programs

Williamson County and Metro Nashville school districts will begin offering Chinese language classes to K-12 students as part of an overall trend in the region to prepare students for a global world and strengthen relations with China. In addition to these new high school programs, Middle Tennessee State University recently hosted students, parents and educators from China, and the college has plans to work with local schools to facilitate more exchange programs with China.

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