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The Language on the Move team is getting ready to take a break over the Festive Season and we wanted to share ...
Germany is currently witnessing a delightful language ideological farce. It all started when the conservative Christian Social Union (CSU) party proposed last ...
It is not unusual for bilingual parents to experience a sense of bewilderment when it comes to language choice in the family. ...
How does language intersect with social inclusion in contemporary Australia? Do social inclusion policies address linguistic diversity? What do we know about ...
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Bilingual Avenue is an insightful and entertaining new website devoted to bilingual parenting and bilingual education. Bilingual Avenue features weekly podcasts, a ...
Over the past few decades, an increasing number of Burmese international students have enrolled in high schools in Yunnan, a province in ...