ABSTRACT: Thanks to William Riley Parker and his “The Case for Latin,” the positive values of Latin study for the American student have been expressed eloquently for the present generation. But a revision of the curriculum is needed. Latin at the secondary school level should be principally a three-year sequence in grades 10–12, following initial study of a modern foreign language with audio-lingual emphasis. Adequate introductory Latin materials seem now available, but the typical preoccupation with Caesar (second year) and Cicero (third year) should give way to anthologies (second year) and Vergil (third year). With this beginning, Latin instruction at the college level can offer a rich variety of cultural material which will be meaningful to modern youth. Latinists should set their house in order, and modern foreign language teachers and others should give enlightened support.