Soft power: teachers’ friendly implementation of a severe monolingual policy

@article{Jaspers2019SoftPT,
  title={Soft power: teachers’ friendly implementation of a severe monolingual policy},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Jaspers and Kirsten Rosiers},
  journal={Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development},
  year={2019},
  volume={43},
  pages={295 - 308}
}
ABSTRACT Dutch-medium schools in Brussels traditionally cater to a Dutch-speaking minority, but they have recently seen a massive influx of pupils with a limited competence in Dutch. In order to face the resulting pedagogical and ideological challenges, many of these schools have intensified their efforts to remain Dutch enclaves in a predominantly Francophone city. In this article we discuss one Dutch-medium secondary school that positions itself as fairly severe in this regard. We will… 

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