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Bilingual Education

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Bilingual Education

Post Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2016 4:57 pm

In Brussels, you have to be multi-lingual just to survive, but is it enough to have your kids be able to order fries in 4 languages? In today's world, it's not enough to "speak" a second language. You need to have an academic level of fluency in a second language.

In looking for bilingual schools, I couldn't find any Dutch-English schools (please tell me if you know of any), but I did come across a good French-English school: Ecole Internationale Montgomery. (http://www.ecole-montgomery.be/) They offer a bilingual IB diploma in the high school and are starting a primary school, too. I've read good reviews elsewhere, so if you're looking for a bilingual school, it's worth checking out.

 

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Re: Bilingual Education

Post Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 5:31 am

Made a website just to drop a link to promote a private school, not fishy in the least!

 

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