As was mentioned during the first part of this series, children receive many benefits from learning Spanish. And as a parent, you can introduce your children to the language, even if you don’t speak it.
Hunter Elementary kindergartner Ja’Lynn Fitzhugh offered a wide smile, but not the “hola!” teacher Maria Camila Archila was looking for in response to her own greeting.
Buddy West Elementary is taking a different approach to bilingual education by using a one-way dual language approach. Along with West, Zavala and Carver Early Education Center are participating as pilot schools.
Spain is a wonderful place to visit -- sun, culture, cheap wine -- so why not make your vacation do double duty and learn a little something when you go overseas?. There’s no better way to increase your Spanish skills than taking a language course in Spain.
A book club can help students who mainly use English but speak another language at home gain valuable literacy skills in the home language. Our school’s book club for heritage Spanish speakers—students who learned that language at home....