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Plurilingualism as a result of migration forms part of daily life in Austrian schools. Approximately one fifth of students at Austrian compulsory schools call a language different from German their first language. On the one hand the challenge for educational policy consists in promoting adequate skills in the language of instruction, German, and on the other hand in supporting further language skills the children owe to their migratory background. In addition to some basic informationdoi:10.25365/thesis.16218 fatcat:ndhvfovvcjcdhh4bdpzqmnrevy