How do dual language public schools advance the cultural horizons of their students and work for a healthier society at large?
These schools engage the interest and concerns of numerous stakeholders, among them: educators, parents, scholars, and ethnic/religious communities. Can they, do they and should they serve as vehicles for cultural preservation and identity transmission?
Join a distinguished group of scholars and practitioners, including leaders of dual language public schools teaching in:
- Greek and Latin
March 26, 3pm - 5pm (reception to follow)
NYU Wagner, 295 Lafayette St., 2nd floor
RSVP Required: wagner.nyu.edu/events
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