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October 2016

UK Missing an Esol strategy

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Fed up with lack of a government strategy for teaching English to adult migrants, teachers of Esol, as the subject is called in the UK, wrote their own – and took it to parliament.  In their report the teachers’ association, Natecla, gave evidence of the benefits offered by the Esol strategies used in Wales and Scotland and argued for a similar plan for England.

Education is a devolved matter in the United Kingdom and all four constituent nations set their own policy. Read more aboy the Esol strategy here: http://www.natecla.org.uk/news/834/Towards-an-ESOL-Strategy-for-England 

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