Program offers Chinese lessons in Kansas elementary schools

11/23/2009 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

Some Kansas elementary school students are learning Chinese as part of a Kansas University program. Funded by a federal grant, the Five Days of Chinese program offers students weekly lessons in basic Chinese vocabulary and pronunciation. "Being able to know another language, first of all, changes the way you think," said Randi Hacker, who teaches the classes. "Second of all, when you're that young, it's as easy as pie to pick up another language."

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