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It has already been established that social media speeds up language evolution, but as the Chinese government actively censors online communities, the country's language...

Only a small portion of the world's 7,000 languages have extensive written records. Those that are the least well-documented are the most in danger...

The name Pluto comes from the greek Ploutōn (Πλούτων), who was the ruler of the underworld in Greek and Roman religion and mythology. Plouton,...

Comparative study of U.S. and Europe shows correlation between language requirements and multilingualism A Pew Research Center study on foreign language education in the U.S....

New research from Northwestern University has found a quick way to detect future literacy challenges in children who have not yet learned to read...

The children's dictionary writers at Oxford University Press (OUP) named #, or hashtag, the UK children's word of the year. Through the annual analysis...

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has signed the Read by Three Act (SB 391) designed to improve early literacy and student achievement. The law includes...

In the well-known left and right brain divide, language has been placed as a logical function of the left. The center of language comprehension...

According to a 2015 report by the Arizona Department of Education thousands of teachers have left the state over the last five years, with...

This week the U.S. House of Representatives will debate the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2015 (H.R. 1806). The bill could seriously jeapordize federal...