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School withdraws decision to send circulars in English only

A particular school which decided to start sending circulars to parents in English only has created a heated debate on the social media.

Author Trevor Zahre published on Facebook part of the school’s circular which said that, due to the amount of foreign students at the school, circulars will now be sent in English only.

It appears that later on the school withdrew the decision and announced that it will be sending circulars both in English and Maltese.

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