Benefits of Bilingualism and Heritage Languages

Language competence is an essential component of personal, academic, and economic processes and success. Children of first-generation immigrants, who are raised in homes where a language other than

English is spoken, grow up with a better-than-average opportunity to develop additive bilingualism, that ...

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