We need a co-ordinated national ESOL strategy

We need a co-ordinated national ESOL strategy

Jenny Roden and Sue Pember, two of the country’s most senior educators, have called on the government to produce a coherent national strategy for teaching English to immigrants.

Funding for ESOL classes, which the FE sector has been delivering for decades, has significantly declined since 2009, and Dr Pember believes “there is an urgent need to establish a coherent strategy for English language teaching.”

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