Scots language to have a place in Scottish studies
In the Scottish Parliament's first education debate of session four, the Cabinet Secretary for Education an Lifelong Learing, Michael Russell MSP, announced the SNP Government's intention to give the Scots language a place in Scottish studies in school.
Mr Russell said “we will bring together Scottish studies, including the Gaelic language, the Scots language and Scottish history and culture, to help our young people to understand Scotland and its place in the world.”
You can read the whole of Mr Russell's speech, as well as all the others in the debate, here.
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