September 2006 Archives

Compulsory foreign languages

By Tdol on Sep 23, 2006 | | 1 Comments

Two years ago, the British government dropped compulsory foreign language lessons for GCSE students, an act of philistinism that should have never have gone through. In a globalised society and as a member of the EU, this decision defied logic, so it is good to hear that the current minister is prepared to reconsider it.

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