Australian state plans move toward bilingual curriculum

05/15/2011 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Officials in Victoria, Australia, are planning a bilingual curriculum that would require students to learn core subjects in a foreign language. Many teachers support the government's desire to improve foreign-language instruction in the state's schools, but some are concerned that adequate resources and training will not be provided.

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