This Regional Dossier is the Italian translation of the dossier 'The Italian language in education in Switzerland', originally compiled in early 2020 by Prof. Dr. Vincenzo Todisco and his team of the research department of Didactics of Integrated Multilingualism at the University of Teacher Education of Grisons in Switzerland. Todisco and his research team made this translation in 2020.
This Regional dossier on Romani and Beash languages in education in Hungary was originally compiled in 2005 by Kinga Magdolna Mandel, PhD habil, associate professor at Institute of Research on Adult Education and Knowledge Management, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest. She updated the dossier in 2019.
Language policy is not a static but a dynamic process. Since the publication of our Regional Dossier 'The Hungarian language in education in Ukraine' (2019), a lot has happened. Professor and co-author István Csernicskó sent us new additional documents.
In the Slovene settlement area in Italy, in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Furlanija - Julijska krajina), the Slovene language is spoken in its standard and dialect varieties.
This Regional Dossier was edited by Norina Bogatec, SLORI - Slovenski raziskovalni inštitut (Slovene research institute). Maria Bidovec, Norina Bogatec, Matejka Grgič, Miran Košuta, Maja Mezgec, Tomaž Simčič and Pavel Slamič updated the previous dossier in 2004.
Italian is one of the four national languages in Switzerland, along with German, French and Romansh (since 1938). The Italian-speaking territories that form the Svizzera italiana show geographical contiguity with Italy. This Regional dossier about Italian in Swiss education was compiled in 2019 at the University of Teacher Education of Grisons, and was led by Prof. Dr. Vincenzo Todisco.
This Regional Dossier on the bilingual education model in the Inner Mongolia region of the People's Republic of China has been compiled by Prof Badma-Odsar of the Inner Mongolia University (IMU), and Hailia, PhD at the IMU. Unless otherwise stated, academic data refer to the 2015/2016 school year.
Irish, or Gaeilge, is an indigenous language spoken in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland. Speakers of Irish in Northern Ireland are predominantly second language learners and most people learn the language through the education system or at informal language classes held throughout Northern Ireland. The dossier has been updated by Réamonn Ó Ciaráin from Gael Linn.
This Regional dossier has been compiled by István Csernicskó and Ildikó Orosz. A draft of this Regional dossier has been reviewed by Csilla Fedinec, Senior Research Fellow of Social Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.