UK steps back from agreement supplying teachers for EU schools

05/2/2013 | European Voice (Brussels) (free registration)

An imbalance in cost-sharing has prompted the United Kingdom to no longer replace teachers once they leave the European Schools system. There are 14 such schools, established with the intention of teaching the children of those working in EU institutions. However, officials in the United Kingdom say they have long been asked to supply a higher number of teachers, in part because parents favor English instruction.

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