Brazilian Public Schools Suffer from Poor Quality English Teaching

The survey, released by the British Council, assesses the changes in the Brazilian Education Guidelines and Bases Law next year. Only two of the Brazilian states surveyed met all the criteria required for quality teaching in English.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The use of English as a social practice - that applied to basic communication needs, such as introducing oneself, ordering products from a store or keeping a short conversation - is not yet the main focus of foreign language teaching in the public network, according to research released by the British government agency British Council.

Only two of the Brazilian states surveyed met all the criteria required for quality Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?