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Freedom of choice for parents and children in Wales

Comment 9th July 2010

In state schools in Wales it is compulsory for pupils to be taught Welsh(a minority language in Wales) as a subject. This means that parents and children are not able to exercise freedom of choice. Learning the Welsh language should be a matter of choice, not compulsion. so the law should be amended to give parents and children this freedom of choice.

Why does this matter?

Unlike subjects such as English, History, Geography, Science, even world languages such as French, Spanish or Italian, Welsh cannot be regarded as necessary for a broad education. Freedom of choice for parentsw and children is very important.

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