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TitlePlanning in a multi-lingual country: the case of Papua New Guinea
AuthorKamene, Sakarepe
SubjectLiteracy|Papua New Guinea
Language policy
AbstractThe authors describe how and why PNG .s language policy making is in its infancy. However, already it is clear that the government wants it to reflect a focus on social issues. The 1995 National Educational reform strongly recommended the use of vernacular languages in elementary schools, and a lot of progress has been made in this area.
Volume/YearDirections: Journal of Educational Studies vol.27, no.1, 2005
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Number of pages12