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Dalton-Puffer, Christiane – AILA Review, 2012
From the point of view of AILA's research network "CLIL and Immersion Education: Applied Linguistic Perspectives" this volume finally does justice to a strand of interest that has been part of the network from its inception. As the editors rightly point out in the introduction, ReN events and publications during the network's first…
Descriptors: Stakeholders, Immersion Programs, Applied Linguistics, Foreign Countries
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Vila i Moreno, F. Xavier – AILA Review, 2008
The territories where Catalan is traditionally spoken as a native language constitute an attractive sociolinguistic laboratory which appears especially interesting from the point of view of language-in-education policies. The educational system has spearheaded the recovery of Catalan during the last 20 years. Schools are being attributed most of…
Descriptors: Romance Languages, Language of Instruction, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries
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Lewis, W. Gwyn – AILA Review, 2008
In Wales, bilingual education in Welsh and English has an increasingly high profile and Wales shares international leadership of bilingual education policies and practices alongside other countries where bilingual education flourishes. Ever since the first designated Welsh-medium primary school was opened in 1939, Welsh-medium and bilingual…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bilingual Education, Welsh, English
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Gorter, Durk; van der Meer, Cor – AILA Review, 2008
This paper focuses on the position and development of the Frisian language in the educational system in Friesland. It discusses the achievements and the research results of special projects in bilingual and trilingual schools. It gives an overview of the language proficiency, attitudes and the new challenges of the education system. The Frisian…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indo European Languages, Bilingual Education, Educational Development
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Gill, Saran Kaur – AILA Review, 2007
Malaysia experienced a major shift in language policy in 2003 for the subjects of science and maths. This meant a change in the language of education for both national and national-type schools. For national schools, this resulted in a shift from Bahasa Malaysia, the national language to English. Parallel with this, to ensure homogeneity of impact…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Language of Instruction, Official Languages