Resource of the Week:

See the Numbers of Languages Spoken in Top U.S. Metro Areas
 
This week’s resource is a poster. Easy to read, it shows how many languages are spoken in the top 15 metro areas of the U.S.
 
New York (no surprise!) leads the way with nearly 200 languages. Los Angeles is next. Our very own Washington DC ranked third, with about 170 languages.
 
For those interested in the nation’s capital and its language access act, the Urban Institute gives a great overview report called Ten Years of Language Access in DC.