Jugdish Lollbeeharry Mauritius

Teachers find Creole language burdensome

The introduction of Creole in schools is being debated. The Primary Schools Employees Union has outlined the problems concerning teaching this optional language in schools. In a letter to the Ministry of Education and Human Resources, the union’s president Premnath Gunness and advisor Jugdish Lollbeeharry presented them. They said that the proposal made by the [...]

03 Mar 2011, The Independent Daily