If you read the first article on Paul Sandrock, you know that Paul is doing what all good politicians do, speak to their base. In that article, Paul clearly defends both positions.
That is his right, maybe. I wonder if it really is his right to defend the traditional way of teaching for two reasons:
- It has failed over 50 years.
- He is the ACTFL Director of Education. Isn’t his job to direct language education to align with the research?