Farsi added to Turkish Education Ministry’s curriculum
Farsi or Persian language has been added the list of foreign languages available to be taught at schools by the Turkish Education Ministry, the state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.

According to the report the cabinet decision about usable languages in formal and non-formal educational institutions in Turkey was issued in the Official Gazette on Feb. 22.

In addition to Persian the two languages of Korean and Urdu have been added to the list.

Revisions to the country’s national curriculum sparked debate after the Education Ministry on Jan. 13 published a draft curriculum covering 51 compulsory classes taught in elementary, middle and high schools. The ministry also established a platform in which citizens could leave comments and make suggestion on Jan. 15.

Reporter’s code: 50101

News Code: 15349  |  Date: 2017/02/22  |  Time: 13 : 55

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