Number of non-English-speaking students rises in England

A majority of students at more than 1 in 9 schools in England do not speak English as their primary language, according to government data. Figures show the number of schools where a minority of students speak English as their first language has increased by 10% since 2009. As a result, schools have hired interpreters to help communicate with parents, as well as bilingual teaching assistants for some classes.

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