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The best way for our young people to master a foreign language is to
start at an early age and continue learning throughout their
education,” Lautenberg said.  “This legislation seeks to create more
aggressive language programs that will help close the language gap for
American students. If more Americans are fluent in languages from
around the world, the United States will be better prepared to compete
in a global market and protect our national security.”

 “American companies today lose international contracts, our
scientists miss important opportunities for collaboration, and clues
critical to our national security go untranslated,” Holt said.  “We
need to dramatically improve how our children learn languages by
establishing a foundation at the earliest ages and building on it
through high school, college, and beyond. 


 
"Globalization describes the process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated through a global network of political ideas through communication, transportation, and trade."

GLOBALIZATION WORDS / IDEAS
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RESEARCH / INVESTIGATE
COOPERATE / SHARE / GUIDE
REDUCE / REMOVE / RECYCLE / REPLENISH / REUSE / REPAIR / REINVENT
CONNECTED / MULTIPLIED
NEGOTIATE / MANUEVER
TRADE / EXCHANGE / SURVIVE

RESPECT / TOLERATE / APPRECIATE
ACCEPT / UNDERSTAND
COMPASSION

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ENDANGERED / THREATENED / EXTINCT / OUTDATED / DISAPPEARED / LOST

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There is substantial evidence, from countries of different sizes and different regions, that as countries "globalize" their citizens benefit, in the form of access to a wider variety of goods and services, lower prices, more and better-paying jobs, improved health, and higher overall living standards. It is probably no mere coincidence that over the past 20 years, as a number of countries have become more open to global economic forces, the percentage of the developing world living in extreme poverty—defined as living on less than $1 per day—has been cut in half.


AMERICA and GLOBAL ECONOMY @
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