Bibb County Schools Mandarin Program Tentatively Saved

There are 2 comments on the story from May 10, 2013, titled Bibb County Schools Mandarin Program Tentatively Saved. In it, reports that:

Instructor Huiling Li works with second-grader Trinity Faulkner on the first day of Mandarin Chinese classes at Brookdale Elementary School in Macon Bibb County's Mandarin Chinese program, which put the school system in the national spotlight, could be saved.

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Macon, GA

#1 May 10, 2013
I figued as much.

Makes sense, since it's Bibb county, and he whole idea is a total, absolute waste of money.

Should be an elective, and funded seperately.

They are talking about getting rid of counselors, but keeping forigners?

Past ridiculous.

Macon, GA

#2 May 11, 2013
It says the university o Kennesaw is paying for the few teachers for this program. I agree it should be an elective. Thi is something that should ot be forced on Americans. I can understand Spanish, but a specific form of chineese shapes as language, mandatory in the US?

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