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Beginning in 2003-04, the state of Kentucky mandated that all college- bound high school students are expected to have completed two years of a world language successfully as a condition of their admission to Kentucky's public postsecondary institutions. In response, the University of Kentucky created a Masters of World Language program (MATWL) to begin to address the existing shortage of world language teachers. The UK MATWL program began with a focus on preparing teachers in European languages, especially Spanish, French, and German. We now seek to extend and grow that program to train a significant number of Chinese language teachers.
|Effective start/end date||5/25/17 → 5/3/19|
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