VOAVideo: Arabic, Farsi Fluency Considered 'Critical' to US National Security
Summer vacation is ending and students at American schools and colleges are getting ready to head back to class. In previous years, many of them would have been taking French or Spanish as a second language. But as VOA'S Mana Rabiee reports, knowledge of Arabic or Farsi is now considered "critical" to U.S. national security and more Americans are learning these languages today than ever before.
More Americans learning these languages today than ever before (read more)