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Not sure I'm qualified to write this article as what I've got are ideas, no practical experiences--yet. Seems to me though, that the best way to be involved in school events is to have a child in school.
Now, because of the presumed resistance in the language department against Esperanto, it might be best to approach this from a practical point of view.
Would a science fair allow a project on languages, or better, constructed languages, or straight Esperanto? Can you guide your child in the direction of doing that?
I've asked my wife to teach her 3rd graders a short Esperanto song, which will be sung for the parents in public. Do you have connections, (like you're married to or are a teacher,) that you can convince to introduce some aspect of Esperanto in the classroom? Social studies might be a good place to start.
A New Jersey Esperantist
English follows ->
EO Esperanto: La Landa Kongreso okazos ĉe Universitato William Peace en Raleigh, Norda Karolino, Usono. 2013 julio 5 - 8.
EN English: The Annual US Esperanto Congress will be at William Peace University, in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. 5 - 8 July, 2013.
Esperanto: Learning and Using the International Language.By David Richardson.
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