Bilingual education is something that all parents should think about getting their children involved in. There are numerous languages that are spoken in the world and it only makes it easier for a child if they have access to multiple languages in their life. Primary schools in the United States should make bilingual education a mandatory requirement, particularly focusing in Spanish, because Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States. People who are bilingual are able to connect with more people because they are able to speak or conversate with more people as opposed to someone who is monolingual. Being bilingual is also beneficial in the sense that it psychically improves the ability of your brain in various ways. Most importantly if primary schools made bilingual education mandatory, it would set the foundation to help better prepare children for the future job market.
When you are looking for a job, employers are more inclined to employ some who can speak two languages. Spanish would be…show more content… Not only does it benefit you socioeconomically in terms that it opens the job market up for you, but it also benefits your brain psychically by increasing the amount of gray matter you have. That will allow you to keep you brain function up, even in old age. Besides having an increase in gray matter and socioeconomic benefits, being bilingual simply allows you to connect with people that you might not have been able to connect with if there was that language barrier. If the United States made bilingual education mandatory it will make children socially and logically expedient. At the end of the day in makes sense to do something that will only benefit a child in his or her future. Because of all these things, primary schools in the United States should make bilingual education mandatory to give children a slightly easier and brighter future, filled with more opportunities than the average