Borneo to Promote Iban

August 2012
Language Magazine;Aug2012, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p13
The article offers information on the government of Borneo which is promoting the number of qualified teachers of Iban language. It is informed that only 391 teachers teach the subject in 95 secondary schools and 1650 in 693 primary schools throughout the state. As mentioned, the state is also expected to introduce the subject at preschool level. A brief geographical explanation of the state is also presented.


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