Learning Languages: Why bilingual kids are smarter


Irish Times 

With Ireland speaking more languages than ever before, it can be difficult for non-native speakers to fully integrate into their communities. Latest census figures show that more than 86,000 people in Ireland don’t speak English proficiently, with Afghan, Chinese and Lithuanian migrants facing the greatest struggle. To help combat this, Peter Sheekey founded Intercultural Language Services. To read more about how this project is enhancing the lives of non-English speakers, click the photo below: 

ILS centre in Dublin