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  • Mar 07, 2012
  • 12:22 AM

Malay parents struggling to find schools that will teach their children English (audio)

Public Radio International PRI
Malay is the national language in Malaysia, but English used to be widely used as well in the former British colony. Now, as use of English diminishes, some parents are worried their sons and daughters won't be as competitive in a global work force. So they're left to find schools that will still teach them in English.

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