Reforms would alter language of instruction in Spain

Regional languages no longer may be the primary languages of instruction under a proposal introduced this week in Spain that emphasises teaching in Spanish. Under the proposal, if parents want their children to be taught in Spanish, they must be offered that option -- even if it means that private classes must be offered. Opponents say they plan to protest the reforms later this month.

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