Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Irlandalingvo kaj Matematiko la Lurgan Mail:

Native Irish-speaking maths students may not be displaying their true numerical know-how when tested in English, new research has revealed.

A study found pupils moving from Gaelic-only primary schools to English-medium secondary education scored almost 9% higher when quizzed in their mother tongue.
But despite the language gap, number-crunching Irish-speakers still outperformed their classmates by 5% when tested in English...

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