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African Languages Development in Education -Bilingualism and African Languages
International Journal of Language and Literary Studies
The issue of teaching in the mother tongue has generated significant and controversial debates among decision-makers and has engendered different policies aiming to enhance the use of mother tongues into educational curricula. Africa is a perfect illustration of a continent where mother tongues have been marginalized over years to let the place to foreign and colonial languages to expand and become official languages.This article reviews the current situation of African languages as means ofdoi:10.36892/ijlls.v4i2.893 fatcat:z5dwo6ijl5hwfk3egetkfsuoz4