June 17th, 2013 by Anne Zhou
"While Chinese-language programs are becoming more prevalent, one of the pressing challenges is sustaining these programs. At the East-West School of International Studies in Flushing, New York, the school administration struggled to find qualified, licensed Japanese, Korean, or Chinese teachers as they expanded. Moreover, once teachers are hired, limited resources and finding authentic material for the appropriate curriculum that meet local district and state standards can be challening, as is the case for the Fresh Meadow School."
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