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Brittany: 50 schoolchildren still waiting for bilingual classes
EUROLANG (Bureau des Langues Minoritaire à Bruxelles) a publié ce matin le communiqué suivant concernant les classes bilingues de BULAT PESTIVIEN et de LANGUIDIC.
pour Oui au breton le 11/10/06 12:29

EUROLANG (Bureau des Langues Minoritaire à Bruxelles) a publié ce matin le communiqué suivant concernant les classes bilingues de BULAT PESTIVIEN et de LANGUIDIC.

Brussel - Bruxelles, Wednesday, 11 October 2006 by Davyth Hicks Breton parents are on the campaign trail again this year with a petition aiming to pressure the French Education Nationale to provide two new teacher posts for Breton - French bilingual education.

More than a month since the beginning of the school year 50 schoolchildren in Bulat-Pestivien, Cotes d’Armor and Languidic, Morbihan, are still waiting for Breton teachers yet face the refusal from the authorities to create the posts.

In a press release the parent group state that, "The similarity of the arguments justifying the refusal of the two school inspectorates concerned make us think that it shows, at the very least, the will of the vice-chancellor of the Academy, even of the Minister for National Education itself, Mr. Gilles de Robien, not to give the means necessary for the bilingual teaching of Breton and French in Brittany.

"Bilingual teaching constitutes for us today an absolute priority. A plan for the safeguarding of the Breton language was unanimously voted by members of the Regional Council in December 2004. It envisages a doubling of manpower of the bilingual classes from here by 2010. Because we want the plan to succeed, we are asking Mr. Gilles de Robien, the Minister for National Education, to take the urgent measures required to allow for the creation of the bilingual teacher posts.

"We invite the senators, deputies, regional and departmental advisers, local councillors, whatever their political label, to support our call with all the means at their disposal. No reason, especially not a financial one over public education, can justify that the children in these schools have to wait for a teacher so that they can profit from bilingual teaching, which has been recognized by the law of the French state." (Eurolang 2006)

Details on the petition (voir le site) (renvoi vers le site internet ouiaubreton où une pétition en ligne est toujours disponible).

Cliquez ici pour voir le etxte original sur le site d'EUROLANG (voir le site)

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