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Mother tongue as bridge language of instruction : policies and experiences in Southeast Asia, Volume 1
 
Author:Kosonen, Kimmo; Young, Catherine; Country:South East Asia and Mongolia;
Date Stored:2010/08/27Document Date:2010/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Cultural Policy; Primary Education; Curriculum & Instruction; Access & Equity in Basic Education; Education For All
ISBN:978-611-90041-0-8Language:English
Region:East Asia and PacificReport Number:56329
Volume No:1  

Summary: This publication, 'mother tongue as bridge language of instruction: policies and experiences in Southeast Asia,' presents a compendium of language policies, case studies, and general recommendations for mother tongue-based education in Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) member countries. It provides insights that may further strengthen each country's policies concerning language of instruction as a way to achieve education for all. This book is a result of a consultative workshop organized by the SEAMEO Secretariat and the World Bank for SEAMEO member countries in February 2008. The workshop aimed to increase understanding of the issues and strategies related to basic education for ethnolinguistic minority communities in Southeast Asia. Above all, this book takes the position that the learners' mother tongue is a bridge to further education, and that multilingualism is a tool for building bridges between people.

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