Williamson County schools set sights on developing bilingual kids

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Director of Schools Mike Looney: “We want to make sure our graduates are globally competitive.” 

 

The state requires that high school students take two years of foreign language to graduate. Not surprisingly, Spanish is the most popular of the foreign languages offered.

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