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This report discusses programs for the education of school-age, non-native language speakers in European Union, France, Israel, Japan and United Kingdom (England). [1]

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England

European Union

France

Israel

Japan
Introduction Introduction Report Introduction Right to Education and Compulsory Education
Right to Education Legal Framework   Right to Education Language Issues
Language Instruction in English Policy Considerations   Instruction in Hebrew  
Additional Measures Programs Implemented by the EU Member States

Bilingual Teaching

  Concluding Remarks   Additional Programs  

[1] The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four separate countries, England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.  While central rule at Westminster remains, various Acts have provided for the devolution of power back to Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland in certain areas, one of these being education.  One notable item regarding the devolved powers can be seen in education in Wales.  The Welsh Assembly has stated that its ultimate aim is a bilingual Wales, where people can transition easily between English and Welsh.

Last Updated: 06/27/2014