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In an increasingly global world, being bilingual makes you a more competitive force in society for jobs, travel, speaking to clients abroad.
21 countries have Spanish as its official language, knowing Spanish will make it easier for you to travel abroad, or even better: Study Abroad!
Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world.
It is easy and fun to learn: Chinese requires learning tones. French is hard to spell. Arabic has a different alphabet. Spanish, on the other hand, is spelled phonetically and many of the words are similar to English.
Students in the United States should be required to take basic Spanish as it will be helpful in the future for not only communication, but for jobs. Bilingual people applicants are becoming more and more sought after in most work forces. I think it should be the student's choice after basic Spanish whether to continue to learn it and become fluent, but learning basic Spanish will come in handy many times throughout the rest of the students' life.
Spanish is not a waste in the curriculum for students, and another language is almost always valuable in the long term. Languages help development for people of parts of their brains, and Spanish is a practical, widely spoken language that could be useful day to day in many ways and industries.
Children should be taught English proficiently in the classroom. If they are taught Spanish also, that could take away from their ability to master the English language. Many Hispanic students that live in this country do not speak English at home so the best place for those students to learn English is at school
While requiring a foreign language for students would probably be beneficial, there is no reason why Spanish should be mandated. Spanish may be currently the second most widely spoken language in the United States, but the world is big and perhaps students would prefer French, German, Russian, or Chinese. It should be up to the students to decide. So while a second language does indeed have marked educational benefits that would warrant its requirement in the curriculum, there is no reason that the language must be Spanish.
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In high school school, I took Chinese, and found a lot more useful. Schools should make a requirement to teach their students foreign languages and become citizens of the world, but should not be limited to choices such as only Spanish and French. More language, in my opinion, should be added, such as sign language or Arabic.
I don't think Spanish should be required in schools. I think to do so would be to downgrade English too much. I think foreign language should be required at an early age but students should have the freedom to choose which language they want to learn and not be forced into Spanish.