Fwd: [lg policy] African countries using African languages in education?

Annette Islei annetteislei at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 13:08:26 UTC 2015


Dear Annette
I am currently doing my PhD in Mauritius which deals with looking at the
development of the children's linguistic repertoire within the Mauritian
multilingual educational system, which comprises of the teaching of Kreol
Morisien, which is a creole and the mother tongue of most Mauritians which
was introduced as an optional subject to be taught within the primary
curriculum in 2012.
Regards
Yesha


  On Tuesday, 24 February 2015, 2:01, Annette Islei <annetteislei at gmail.com>
wrote:


Please see below a question concerning use of African (non ex-colonial)
languages in schools as languages of instruction in any African countries.
The cause of the question is the new TZ policy of Kiswahili through to the
5th year of secondary education

Annette


Secretary of Language in Africa SIG, British Association for Applied
Linguistics (BAAL)


On 23 February 2015 at 16:18, Steve L. Sharra <Steve.Sharra at mopipi.ub.bw>
wrote:

Hello all,

With the new language in education policy, will Tanzania be the only
country in Africa using an African language as a language of instruction? Would
anybody know if there are other African countries that already use African
languages for instruction in schools at any level?

Steve


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