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Bilingual Education Debated in Spain

Critics of Spain's plan to expand bilingual education question if some teachers involved in the effort have the qualifications to teach core subjects in English, according to an article by the Euro Weekly News Media Group. (I picked this up from TESOL in the News.) It's a question that is also sometimes raised in the debate over bilingual education in this country: Do schools have the resources and qualified teachers to pull it off well?

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