Curriculum Fails to Incorporate Eastern and Western Cultures Equally


Zoom in on the globe – real close. This limited perspective is what is known as the “Granite Bay bubble,” but just how extensive is this bubble, and perhaps more importantly, can the bubble pop?

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Multilingualism Broadens Minds

For many students, learning a second language is nothing more than a worthless requirement that will be entirely forgotten after they graduate from high school. Even prominent secondary languages in the US – such as Spanish, which is spoken by over 18 percent of the population – are neglected under the presumption that English is the only language that will be relevant in a student’s future.

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