• Learning another world language at any age is beneficial, and in today's global society, the ability to speak more than one language is a valuable asset. Research tells us that a second language is best learned before the onset of adolescence and when it is sustained by well-sequenced, well-articulated programs. When children have an early start to a long sequence of language instruction in a carefully designed program that continues through high school and college, they will be able to achieve high levels of fluency.

    In addition to developing a lifelong ability to communicate with people from other countries, there are cognitive, academic, and attitudinal benefits for children who acquire another language. Tap an icon below to read more.