Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Tamaulipas Becomes First Mexican Bilingual State

Without fanfare but with great hopes, the Texas border state of Tamaulipas has declared itself the first bilingual state in Mexico, deciding that its 320,000 public school students, from elementary to high school, will learn conversational English.
I just have to ask, if Mexico can do this, why can't we?
View article here.

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