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26 settembre 2019

The Eurydice network has published the report on regional and minority languages

The Eurydice network celebrates language diversity with a new report, this time dedicated to regional and minority languages taught in European schools.

The publication titled The teaching of regional or minority languages in schools in Europe,  offers an overview on the about 60 regional or minority languages recognised and promoted by educational authorities in the respective countries and presents some examples of politics and national measures in support of the teaching of those languages together with a selection of European projects focused on linguistic differences.


Read “The teaching of regional or minority languages in schools in Europe” >>


What is Eurydice?
Eurydice is the European network which collects, updates, analyses and disseminates information on policies, structure and organisation of the European educational systems. Created in 1980 on the initiative of the European Commission, the network consists of a European Unit based in Brussels and some National Units. Since 1985, the Italian National Unit has been based at Indire.


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