Let’s face it - after four years of either college Languages or Pedagogy - or any teaching degree, to be honest - no one is truly ready for the bilingual education market. Not a chance. And, yeah, I’m putting it in whole new category of the job market because - again - let’s face it: anyone and everyone need to specialize and get some experience in so many things before putting themselves out there in this new world of bilingual schools. Demands and needs are completely different from...

Just take a quick stroll around the town where you live. How many "bilingual education" ads do you find? From small towns in remote areas to big metropolis, it does seem that a huge number of schools have gone bilingual. But are they all the same? Do they have the same reasons for doing so? First and foremost, it is far-fetched to believe that they are all the same. There is this thing called "school culture" that should be enough in itself to tell everyone that no bilingual school...