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Irish Times

Secondary school pupils being taught by unqualified teachers
Irish Times
“Schools are now reporting increasing difficulties in recruiting teachers in other subjects, most notably maths, science, resource and guidance. Short-term unexpected absences have become a nightmare for schools.” ... The issue was most acute in Irish ...

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Jack Knox: The value of learning in your mother tongue first
Times Colonist
Except Fall's story comes not from Canada, but Senegal. At home he spoke Wolof, just like many of the African country's people, while school was in French. The latter is Senegal's official language but the mother tongue of just two per cent of its ...


News & Observer

Groups lobby to save NC art, music, PE, foreign language teachers
News & Observer
Education groups are increasing pressure on state lawmakers to pass legislation they say is needed to avoid potentially laying off as many as 4,500 art, music, physical education and foreign language teachers. North Carolina school leaders say they may ...

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Financial Times

British business will need its foreign language speakers
Financial Times
Many in the UK do speak another language. The 2011 census showed that 4.2m people — 7.7 per cent of the population in England and Wales — spoke a language other than English at home. The most widely spoken of those languages was Polish, used by ...

 


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