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Should European languages be taught at primary level?

As part of our series Reimagining Ireland, we're today taking a look at our education system, and...

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14.20 7 Apr 2021


Should European languages be taught at primary level?


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14.20 7 Apr 2021


As part of our series Reimagining Ireland, we're today taking a look at our education system, and whether we should be making a greater effort to teach European languages to younger age groups in the context of a post-Brexit Europe.

Newstalk reporter Siofra Mulqueen took to the streets of Ennis to find out what people think.

Minister of State for European Affairs Thomas Byrne discussed the idea with Andrea.

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