Scotland bolsters Gaelic teacher recruitment drive

An organisation that helps promote the Gaelic language in Scotland has redeveloped its teacher recruitment initiative to meet growing demand.

Thu, 14 Aug 2014An organisation that helps promote the Gaelic language in Scotland has redeveloped its teacher recruitment initiative to meet growing demand.

Bòrd na Gàidhlig says in a statement that it has launched a “complete redevelopment” of its Thig Gam Theagasg (Come and Teach Me) campaign, including a redesigned website.

Bòrd chairman Iain Campbell says there is a need to “strengthen the infrastructure of Gaelic education and learning generally by supporting the recruitment of a confident, appropriately trained workforce in order to service the expansion of Gaelic education”.

Minister for Scotland’s languages Dr Alasdair Allan says the number of Gaelic speakers in all age groups under 21 is “going up for the first time in generations” but to meet that demand, new teachers are needed.

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