Quality multilingual and multicultural education for lifelong learning

Following articles are included in this issue:
- Quality multilingual and multicultural education for lifelong learning.
- Trends and innovative practices in multilingual education in Europe: An overview.
- Bilingual teaching for multilingual students? Innovative dual-medium models in Slovene-German schools in Austria.
- An advocacy project for multicultural education: The case of the Shiyeyi language in Botswana.
- Sustaining mother tongue medium education: An inter-community self-help framework in Cameroon.
- A first-language-first multilingual model to meet the quality imperative in formal basic education in three 'francophone' West African countries.
- An indigenous and migrant critique of principles and innovation in education in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
- Migrants' educational success through innovation: The case of the Hamburg bilingual schools.
- Multilingual education for European minority languages: The Basque Country and Friesland.
- Mother tongue instruction in Lubuagan: A case study from the Philippines.
- Innovation in learning and development in multilingual and multicultural contexts: Principles learned from a higher educational study programme in Luxembourg.
- Mother tongue-based bilingual education in Papua New Guinea.
- Intercultural bilingual education in Nicaragua: Contextualisation for improving the quality of education.
- Multilingual educational trends and practices in Lebanon: A case study.

author
Alidou, Hassana
Glanz, Christine
Nikièma, Norbert
language
ENG
Institutions
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning
date
2011
Pages
p.529-749
regions
Europe
Africa
Arab States
Asia and the Pacific
Americas and the Caribbean
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themes
Language and education
Language policy
Pays
Lebanon
Nicaragua
Austria
New Zealand
Botswana
Burkina Faso
Spain
Luxembourg
Philippines
Papua New Guinea
Europe
Cameroon
Mali
Niger
Germany
levels
Basic education

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