The Language Strategy in the Zambian Educational System from 1924 to 2014
Gerald M. Chishiba (PhD), Peter C. Manchishi (PhD)

Language policies within the Zambian education system have shifted in focus over the years. Two main schools of thought have dominated the debate regarding the language of instruction for Zambian schools. One school of thought favors the use of English as the language of instruction while the other camp supports the use of local languages for instruction of core subjects. This paper reviews language policies and language policy documents for Zambia dating from the pre-colonial era to the present-day democratic environment

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