Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Italian Language & Education Curriculum Finding Its Way Into American Schools.

With the great efforts of the NIAF and the New Jersey Italian and Italian American Heritage Commissions, the Italian language and education curriculum are successfully making way into our school systems here in the US. Many schools across the country are implementing the Italian language and education curriculum into their classrooms where they're teaching students all about the Italian culture and contributions to the world. Its great to see that the efforts of positive education about Italians is really coming to fruition. Congratulations to all the commissions and educators!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think this is great. I live in a suburb of Boston and most of the other towns are around me are filled with Italians, but my particular town not so my high school was one of the few that didn't offer Italian as a language (and so I took Latin instead), but yet we had Russian and Chinese?? I'm glad there is an effort to get the Italian language out into the schools!