November 16th, 2012. Academic members of the Greek American community met last week at Estia Restaurant in Philadelphia. The topic of discussion was the future of modern Greek as part of the curriculum in America. Using the model of (The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) ACTFL, a task force committee initiative to introduce modern Greek in to already taught foreign languages (in America) was part of this special event. An assortment of presentations from public, private school teachers in and all ranges of education came together for this meeting. Dr. Vasiliki Tsingas and Dr. Maria Hnaraki of Drexel talked with Cosmos Philly about the future of Greek language in America and this special initiative.
Modern Greek in our public schools?
Posted by Eleftherios Kostans on November 21, 2012 Comment
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