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June 24, 2002

Oases of English

Saudi Arabia is considering lowering the starting age for English language classes in state schools from 12 to nine, according to USA Today. The newspaper reports that Saudi educationists are proposing a range of measures aimed at broadening young Saudis' horizons to counter growing anti-western feelings.

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