Scottish school caters to high demand for language instruction

06/24/2013 | Evening Times (Glasgow, Scotland)

While some in Glasgow, Scotland, have raised concerns over a lack of foreign-language teaching, one secondary school is the exception to the rule, catering to students from varied backgrounds and who have an interest in foreign-language instruction. In August, the school plans to begin offering a fourth language -- Russian -- besides French, Spanish and German.

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