Australia Government introduced Thuɔ̈ŋjäŋ (Dinka language) to be taught in its High School

Australia has introduced to its high schools the teaching of Dinka language in Australian classrooms.

Speaking to SBC, Kuol Baak a Dinka language teacher, said that the Dinka language faces a lot of challenges in Australian schools.

He urged student parents to encourage their kids to enroll School of Language and to love their language.

“if you need 20 credit points you can choose Dinka if you scored A in Dinka you can drop other lower marks obtained on others subject and opt to Dinka for an A, therefore, students have choices”. Said Kuol Baak.

Thuɔ̈ŋjäŋ (Dinka) was added to subjects taught at high schools in South Australia in 2006. www.hotinjuba.com

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