Mass. district weighs using software to teach students Latin

08/16/2010 | Milford Daily News (Mass.)

Administrators in Franklin, Mass., are turning to computer software to teach students after being forced to cut back on the district's middle school Latin program because of a budget shortfall. Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski says she aims to start an after-school Latin club at middle schools incorporating Rosetta Stone language software.

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