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Georgian students say 'yes' to English


When it comes to high literacy rates, Georgia is leading by example. In a bid to keep its place at the top of the scale, the government is revolutionizing its system by getting all children to learn English, rather than Russian. Aiding in that effort are 1,000 teachers from the United States and Canada, who are on their way to help.

The BBC's Tom Esslemont reports from Georgia.


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