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New Funding Announced for French Teacher Recruitment & Retention in Federal Budget 

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According to the Federal Budget released yesterday, there will be $400 million in new funding over five years, starting in 2018–19, with $88.4 million per year ongoing, in support of the Action Plan for Official Languages 2018-2023. One targeted component of this new funding will be to address the supply and demand of French teachers across Canada.

Canadian Parents for French introduces the 2017 State of FSL Education in Canada report

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Canadian Parents for French recently introduced the 2017 issue of its popular research series The State of French Second Language Education in Canada report. Useful as a resource tool, the report helps inform decision makers and federal and provincial/territorial authorities on the importance of equality of access for all students wishing to enroll in FSL programs. Planning for future reports has already begun; next year’s edition will address current issues in FSL teacher education, retention and recruitment, while the 2019 edition will focus on FSL program delivery.

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