Schoolchildren and learning languages
Much fuss in the media about the new UK initiative to improve exports by teaching 5,000 children Chinese.
A pity that Sinn Fein's long established language initiative in Northern Ireland has not received similar notice.
Despite naysayers' claims that increasing numbers of schoolchildren learning Gaelic, which they say is a virtually moribund language, is a waste of time and money, they ignore the very real potential of the policy to increase our annual exports to the Donegal Gaeltacht by as much as £3.50.
Belfast Telegraph Digital