German state considers its bilingual future

02/2/2014 | Deutsche Welle (Germany)

The German state of Saarland, which borders France, is working on plans to help its residents use French in daily life by 2043. The area employs about 18,000 workers from France, and the state wants to start teaching French to the next generation of Saarland residents as early as possible. As part of that effort, the government plans to hire French speaking teachers to work in early childhood settings.

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