Thu 27 January 2011, The Independent

Teaching of Urdu has doubled in four years

By Richard Garner
The number of state secondary schools offering Urdu as a foreign language has almost doubled in the past four years, according to figures released today. According to a report by CILT, the national language learning centre, pupils at more than 10 per cent of schools study the subject – up from 6 per cent in 2007.
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