NALA Report ‘The Languages Curriculum and Disadvantaged Students’ Published

The National Association of Language Advisors (NALA) has published a report that interrogates how socio-economic deprivation affects engagement with the languages curriculum for secondary students in England.

The report presents the findings of a survey of 556 language teachers, consultants, advisers, teacher trainers, and trainee teachers, and makes a number of recommendations that seek to make the languages curriculum more inclusive.

The full report and an executive summary can be downloaded below:

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