HEALTHBEAT BY ANNE POLTA The language of health care
Awhile back, I wandered into an Internet discussion about the use of the word "non-compliant" to describe patients who didn't follow the doctor's instructions or take their medications as directed.
... Posted on 11/4/09 at 4:42 AM
Last week, Ray Hornung wrote about how relevance was important in deciding to teach a language. My question is, how could Mandarin Chinese, the most spoken language on the planet, spoken in the world’s fastest growing and second largest economy, not be a relevant language to teach?
John Urban, Hudson, HHS class of 2007
, January 16, 2009
Mandarin Chinese? The merits of needing a third foreign language choice in Hudson schools are debatable; the choice of Mandarin Chinese as that third language is simply irresponsible. What was the Hudson School Board thinking to approve another misguided recommendation from the district administration?
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