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More funding for school language teaching
BBC News - 20/3/2015

The Scottish government has announced £7m of funding for the teaching of foreign languages in schools.

The money, a 44% increase on the £5m allocated last year, is designed to help local authorities implement the European Union 1+2 languages mode.

The government's ambition is for every pupil to start learning a second language in the first year of primary school by 2020.

They will also begin to learn a third language in primary 5 at the latest.

This will bring Scotland into line with many other European countries, where learning a second language starts in early primary school and learning three languages is common.

Alasdair Allan, the minister for learning, said: "In today's global, multi-cultural world it is more important than ever that young people have the opportunity to learn languages from an early age.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-31982813
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