Edinburgh Gaelic school consultation begins

From the Guardian, 31 January 2011:

Two options have been tabled by the City of Edinburgh Council responding to local parents’ calling for wider teaching in Gaelic.

public meeting and a survey were announced today as the council assesses ways to continue teaching in Gaelic.

Tollcross Primary, the city’s existing Gaelic education centre, is now full according to the council. It also offers English medium education, but growth in the popularity of Gaelic means that there is no longer enough space.

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