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Educators push to bring Haiti’s native Creole language to the front of the class – The Washington Post


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The students don’t speak much French at the school, although it remains the primary language of instruction in most Haitian classrooms. In fact, less than 10 percent of the country’s 10 million people speak French fluently, and in most schools, even the teachers don’t understand it very well although they’re asked to teach in it. – The Washington Post

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