Malawi, Africa, seeks to improve English-language proficiency

08/26/2014 | Al Jazeera

Thanks to a new government-sponsored education act, students in Malawi, Africa, will soon receive instruction in English, rather than a local language, beginning in Year 1. Before making the switch, officials will update the curriculum and train teachers, who detractors of the policy say are not always fluent in English.

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