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Director of Humanities
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World Languages

World Languages brings students into contact with people and cultures that are very different from their own, and in a way that encourages respect for diversity.  

This exposure lowers the barriers that are often at the root of fear and distrust of others.  

Thus, the knowledge gained from language study contributes to empathy and tolerance towards diverse peoples and reduces prejudice both at home and abroad.

Students who have successfully completed four years of their chosen language and met proficiency standards on state exams may apply to receive the New York State Seal of Biliteracy.