At French Immersion School, a Love for Russian

October 5, 2011
For Immediate Release
Office of Communications
To find the public school with the largest reported number of tweens learning Russian, look not in New York City, Alaska or anywhere else known for enclaves of immigrants from that country. Instead peer into Room 213 at Robert Goddard French Immersion School in Prince George’s County, where a curly-haired teacher on this particular day is bouncing a rag doll named “Tyoti Moti” on her knee. Read more in the Washington Post>> 
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