"Language barriers have never been more pronounced. Whether in an urban area of a modern country (e.g. the Chicago Public School system has 73 different languages represented in its student population) or the rural areas of a less developed country (e.g. Mongolia, where the ICDL has its first "branch" and where rural schools do not yet support a culture of reading for pleasure), differences in language are making it harder and harder for educational initiatives to bring about success." About
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A guide to the poetic endeavors of U.S. presidents, whether it be the anguished love poems of a youthful George Washington or the religious poetry of John Quincy Adams, many presidents of the United States turned to poetry at certain points in their lives