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Delaware joins Chinese Language Consortium

April 4, 2012

Delaware is one of four state education agencies, four Chinese Flagship Centers and numerous school districts from across 10 states that are working collaboratively to implement K-12 Chinese education pathways over the next three years.

Lead by the Brigham Young University Chinese Flagship Center and Utah State Office of Education and funded by a $1 million federal grant from the Department of Defense’s National Security Education Program, the consortium is working to create, implement and disseminate what will become a national model of a well-articulated and replicable K-12 pathway for Chinese language study. By college graduation, students should achieve professional level (ACTFL Superior) proficiency.

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