ABSTRACT: The challenges and opportunities facing Spanish and Portuguese faculty, students, and programs in the twenty-first century are both numerous and significant. A careful consideration of the realities of teaching and learning in this sector, combined with an examination of current and future trends and statistics, provides a framework for identifying and addressing challenges and maximizing opportunities going forward to provide quality programs in Spanish and Portuguese for all students and faculty at community colleges in the United States.
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