English is not enough – British children face major disadvantage when it comes to language skills
For a number of years now, the provision of languages in British schools and universities has been in decline.
- The Conversation
Yet, as Brexit looms largely on the horizon, there has been much talk in the media and from politicians about the need for a…
Arguably, a country can only really be global and outward looking if language skills are considered essential for its citizens.
The government seems to share this view – at least to some extent.
This is reflected in the fact that the Department of Education has provided funding to open a…
The Welsh Language Act dates back to 1993, and a…