Should England place more emphasis on foreign-language learning?

05/17/2010 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

Foreign-language learning is declining in England's schools and will not improve until officials make a greater commitment to language learning, writes Angela McLachlan, a course leader for primary languages at Manchester University's School of Education. Because foreign-language courses are not required, it is difficult for educators to encourage more students to enroll, she argues.

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