Two Texas schools have scrapped their plans for mandatory Arabic classes. Credit: Joseph Barrak, AFP / Getty Images Studying a foreign language is a good thing. As far as I know, students are required to take at least a couple of yea...Two schools in Texas were about to make classes in Arabic language and culture mandatory, but the program is on hold after protests from parents.
In case anyone still thinks that what goes on in the Middle East doesn't affect the rest of the world, I submit the curious case of schools in Denmark where headmasters are recommending that Jewish parents not try to enroll their children in the head...
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