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Teaching Gaelic in schools ‘a waste of resources’

Children learn Gaelic in Sgoil Gh�idhlig Ghlaschu, a Gaelic high school in Glasgow. An Inverness councillor has said that teaching the language is a 'waste of resources'. Picture: Donald Macleod

Children learn Gaelic in Sgoil Gh�idhlig Ghlaschu, a Gaelic high school in Glasgow. An Inverness councillor has said that teaching the language is a 'waste of resources'. Picture: Donald Macleod

  • by ALISTAIR MUNRO
 

CHILDREN would progress further in the world by learning Mandarin or German rather than “wasting” money on Gaelic, a Highland politician has claimed.

 

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