U.K. leader seeks to introduce Latin, Greek into state schools

Ian Bauckham, president of the U.K.'s Association of School and College Leaders, which represents secondary heads, is urging state schools to teach Latin and Ancient Greek to help bridge the gap between state schools and private institutions. Such languages, he says, are the foundation for learning other languages and will help put students on the path to success.

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