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Bilingualism Matters @ Penn State

On Wednesday, December 10, the Center for Language Science has become the first US chapter of Bilingualism Matters (http://bilingualism-matters.org.uk). Bilingualism Matters is an organization based out of the University of Edinburgh that trains researchers to do outreach so that the basic science on bilingualism can be communicated to a range of individuals, from parents raising bilingual children, to educators in schools, and to policy makers in government. Dr. Antonella Sorace, who founded and directs Bilingualism Matters, and is a professor of Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh, has visited the Center for Language Science from December 10-12 to conduct training on how to do this sort of outreach. For information and media associated with other recently launched chapters, see: http://www.bilingualism-matters.ppls.ed.ac.uk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FS6o0QN8y8