Many people don’t realize how many languages still survive in South and Central America. Consequently, they don’t understand the language-related education problems in those countries. Here’s a press release about Anthropology Professor Timothy J. Smith (Appalachian Sate University), who has just published the first textbook in Guatemalan Mayan.
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