French-immersion schools gain popularity in Canada

There has been a surge in interest among Canadian parents to have their children attend schools centered around French immersion, Margaret Wente writes. Some parents seek out these programmes because they expect that they will be similar to private school, and others are aware of the cognitive benefits for children learning a second language, Wente writes.

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