Ind. school diversifies foreign language courses

12/10/2012 | Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, Ind.)

Nearly 50 students in an Indiana high school enrolled in the school's inaugural Mandarin class, and by the end of the first semester, students are speaking in full sentences and practicing writing with Chinese characters. School officials introduced the course after moving its German classes to an online only format. The school also offers Spanish.

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