How does Wikipedia help support language diversity?
Wikipedia is one of only a few reference sources available in languages such as Maori (an Eastern Polynesian language spoken in New Zealand), Swahili (a Bantu language used in sub-Saharan Africa), Upper Sorbian (a Slavic language spoken in eastern Germany), and Basque (spoken in north-central Spain and southwestern France).
- How will this new structure help advance the diversity of graduate programs and provide support for graduate students from underrepresented groups?
- Does No Child Left Behind support programs to help children build language and pre-reading skills before they start kindergarten?
- Does NCLB support pre-school programs that help children develop language and reading skills before entering kindergarten?