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Modern languages in Scotland in the context of Brexit

Doughty, Hannelore and Spöring, Marion (2017) Modern languages in Scotland in the context of Brexit. In: Languages After Brexit. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 137-147. ISBN 9783319651699

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Abstract

This chapter outlines a range of collaborative cross-sector initiatives that aimed to highlight the relevance of language learning. They helped to underpin growth in language uptake post-16 despite the Brexit challenge.