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Teachers and parents will soon be able to spark their children’s curiosity for science, robotics, and creative thinking. An educational online adventure called “Destination: Mars” will help students develop unique skills, such as 3D printing, programming, and engineering, as well as convince young explorers that learning experience can be a lot of fun, and go beyond traditional degree.

Immigrants’ linguistic abilities have an important impact on their access to employment opportunities on foreign labour markets. According to the American Community Survey, over 220,000 Poles in the United States (either immigrants or those who report Polish ancestry) are classified by the U.S. Census Bureau as limited English proficient (LEP) individuals. About 40% of Polish immigrants speak English less than very well.

The educational set Gwiazdka z nieba aimed at bilingual children, age 1 – 3, who start their first adventure with Polish at domestic conditions, within the foreign language and culture environment.

The educational set Gwiazdka z nieba was published under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Kraków Airport has opened a state-of-the-art Aviation Education Centre. The enterprise is truly unique in the country, as Kraków Airport is the only airport in Poland to have initiated such a project. The aim of the centre is to cast light on aviation in a way that is interesting and suitable for various age groups.

It is estimated that in approx. 80% of American homes we will find a tablet or a smartphone. Is the contact with these generally available devices safe for children? We are presenting the rules with which this contact will be safe.

Every other child aged 4–6 considers an iPad to be a learning aid, while only 33% of children refer to iPhones as being such tools. While experts are issuing warnings about dangers resulting from exceedingly frequent use of mobile devices, we would like to examine the benefits of children using such technologies.

Summer holidays in a picturesque forest holiday resort located by the Łapińskie Lake on the Polish coast plus adventure and having fun with kids and teenagers from all over the world – such a combination can only happen during the summer camp organised by the Academy of Polish Language from Gdańsk!

The first Polish Bilingual Day was organised on 10 October 2015 in the USA and Ukraine. In 2016 the Polish Bilingual Day will be celebrated on 15 and 16 October in the American cities of New York, Mahwah (NJ), Clifton (NJ), Copiague (NY), Boston (MA), Denver (CO) and Chicago (IL) as well as in Canada, Austria, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Ireland.

The Polish Bilingual Day is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.