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Minister receives report on French language education
New Brunswick's review of French as a second language education will be released to the public within two weeks, says the province's education minister. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock received the commissioned report on Monday. Lamrock said it will be a "fairly tight turnaround" to release the findings to the public.
"I've asked them to do it in a week or two in order that it doesn't linger any more than it needs to," he said. "So we can have it in the hands of New Brunswickers and so we can start talking about the recommendations and options."
The province appointed two commissioners to chair the study in July 2007 after results from a 2005 assessment showed the regular French curriculum and immersion French were not producing fluent French speakers.