How the Model Minority Myth Impacts FGLI Students

Reflecting on my own experiences as a first generation Asian American college student, being called a “model minority” can be more harmful than helpful.

Why Learning a Language Should be a Mandatory K-12 Prerequisite in the United States

In the US only 20% of students learn a foreign language. In some US states the proportion of students studying a language is as low as 9%. Despite this, There is a high demand for foreign language skills among U.S. employers (90 percent) with projections that this need will continue to grow.

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