New York adds Albanian language in school program

New York adds Albanian language in school program

 New York has added nearly 50 bilingual programs to its university system as an effort to help the students who are not English speakers.

Thus, the Albanian language is included in the New York school curriculum, as there are more than 60,000 Albanians living in this country, according to a Harvard Center for International Development survey of 2015.

In New York there are more Albanians than in any other country and our language has been added to the list that will be taught as a foreign language in schools.

The head of the Bronx Council, Mark Gjonaj, expressed enthusiasm for this decision.

Christopher Eustace, the old director at a Bronx school, was able to build the Albanian program for the city, a task that was promoted years ago as more and more of his students spoke Albanian.

In short, as soon as possible, Eustance will hire teachers who speak fluent Albanian. He had laid the foundations for such a bilingual program for a long time and said that the education department is helping find Albanian-speaking teachers who will also receive a certificate to learn English-speaking students.

Eustace said:

It is something we need to understand the importance of, but you also learn English while keeping the native one.
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