2 students who migrated to Tucson are awarded for their success with English

When Makula Kaba and Francisco Josue Valencia Velderrain moved from the Ivory Coast and Mexico, respectively, and began their travels as new students in Tucson, neither knew how to speak English. The two recall how challenging and difficult it was to move to a new country during their first year of high school, enroll in … Read more

Increase in class hours in schools will be to teach English

The measure of the schools is to solve competition debts in students that were caused by the pandemic The increase in class hours in the private schoolswhich will go from 25 to 30 each week, will help students, mainly in kindergarten and basic education, receive English classes, which will allow them to reach high school … Read more

Headmaster competition, will there also be English in the pre

Competition for School Managers: after the publication in the Official Gazette of 22 December 2022 of the Regulations, the announcement is expected shortly. Clarified the access requirements, some more info on the possible pre-selection test. To find out whether it will take place or not, it will be necessary to wait for the conclusion of … Read more

Seen from the United States. Being an English assistant in France: “Schools are completely neglected”

Barely arrived in France, an American author is hired as an English assistant in a suburban high school. The constant lack of means and the difficulties of teaching tarnish the republican ideal of French education. I moved to Paris in the middle of a pandemic and as I was afraid of not finding a job, … Read more

Different ethnic groups and religions: the English school against Christian indoctrination

Rome, 7th December – A few days ago we were talking about the British census which sanctioned how the ethnic and religious identity of England and Wales has changed. The result of the census was in fact that less than half of the population identifies with belonging to the Christian confession. In some localities, the … Read more

20% of students eligible for school in French prefer school in English in N.B.

Of the 37,215 students aged 5 to 17 who are entitled to school in French in New Brunswick, 29,980 attend a regular program in French. This represents 81% of students. So 19% of students, or one in five, who have the right to attend school in French attend school in English instead. Elsewhere in the … Read more

Law 21 | English school boards make their voices heard in the Court of Appeal

(Montreal) It was the turn, on Wednesday, of opponents to Bill 21, in this case the English school boards, to come and defend the portion of the judgment of the Superior Court which allows them to avoid it. Posted at 2:24 p.m. Pierre Saint-Arnaud The Canadian Press Judge Marc-André Blanchard, in the first instance, had … Read more

Quebec wants to bring English school boards back under Bill 21

It was a pivotal moment on Tuesday for the Quebec government, which tried to convince the Court of Appeal to restore the biggest piece torn from Bill 21 by the courts: the exemption granted to English school boards. The State Secularism Act — commonly known as law 21 — was adopted in controversy in 2019 … Read more