Should higher-education instruction in France be in English?

05/20/2013 | New Zealand Herald, The

In France, Higher Education Minister Genevieve Fioraso is pursuing a change in the country's laws that would require college courses to be taught in English rather than French, which is required under current law, journalist Catherine Field writes in this opinion article. While the proposal has drawn criticism from those seeking to preserve the language, others have said that France must teach in English to be more competitive globally, Field writes.

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