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Latin is far from dead in schools

Area educators see increase in interest among students

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Latin is alive and well in the Gloversville Enlarged School District, and is appears likely to remain so even as several area school districts think about cutting their foreign language requirements to the bone next year to close budget gaps. Gloversville offers five classes in Latin to 100 students in grades eight through 12, and the program is so strong that 16 students — six freshmen and 10 seniors — on Wednesday voluntarily took the ...


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grant18
March 19, 2012
3:32 p.m.

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For those of us who studied Latin at Gloversville High School and would like to know how much they remembered (or forgot), the 2011 National Latin Exam (with answers) can be found at http://www.nle.org/pdf/NLE2011Exams.pdf

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