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Starting an Italian program - 10/30/2009 10:58:02 PM   


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Ciao tutti,
I am a French teacher in Florida who is trying to convice administration to begin an Italian program next year. My heart and my passion is in the Italian and I'm pretty sure I can get the numbers I need for a full time position. The thing is, my principal wants data--he thinks Latin might be the way to go. Where can I find that kind of information? I've been searching many places to no avail; I am unable to find anything reliable. Can anyone help?
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RE: Starting an Italian program - 3/8/2011 1:27:27 AM   


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The italian program msut start in your school as italian provides most of the students with some advantages which range from expanded perspectives to study abroad opportunities


Now that you know what to focus on, you are on the path of success for any test, be it MTTC CLAD

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RE: Starting an Italian program - 3/22/2011 2:33:16 AM   


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Italian program can be learned from various institutes around the world but many schools do not encourage these type of programs


Prepare for exams related to NCLEX rn review TExES study Praxis test

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