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“Knowledge of Walloon is dying out among young people”: this deputy pleads for it to be defended at school

“Knowledge of Walloon is dying out among young people”: this deputy pleads for it to be defended at school
“Knowledge of Walloon is dying out among young people”: this deputy pleads for it to be defended at school

MP MR Stéphanie Cortisse wishes to encourage schools to participate in the safeguarding of linguistic heritage.

The various Walloon dialects still have some defenders, including in the political class. Among them, Stéphanie Cortisse, MR member of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. This one questioned Tuesday in education commission the Minister of Education Caroline Désir about the application of a decree of 1983 relating to the learning of the dialects of Wallonia. The MEP considers that this decree, which provides for the use of Walloon by teachers whenever they have the opportunity to benefit from it, in particular for the study of the French language, should be more publicized and used in schools.

“I am not saying that we should promote the learning of regional languages ​​over that of foreign languages, but …

 
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