Teaching Kids A Second Language Isn’t A Waste Of Money

Business Insider:

Children growing up in low-income households often fall behind their peers in just about every category––from school testing, college exams and even their  mortgage rates later in life.

What if learning a second language could change that?

It sounds far-fetched, but a team of University of Luxembourg researchers say they’ve found strengths in low-income bilingual children that may help them surpass the challenges of poverty––namely how they quickly and efficiently they learn to process information early in life.

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