The Australian Government provides funding for the English as a Second Language - New Arrivals (ESL-NA) program. This augments the cost of delivering intensive English language tuition to qualified newly arrived primary and secondary migrant students.
Online PR News – 03-February-2013 – Sydney, NSW – English language standards are being supported with State Funded programs in Australia to support new student populations and expectations.
Recognizing that English plays a crucial role in the adjustment and academic achievement of children of migrants coming from non-English language speaking countries, the Australian Government is providing funding to states and territories in Australia for the English as a Second Language - New Arrivals (ESL-NA) program. This ESL-NA program augments the cost of delivering intensive English tutoring to qualified newly arrived primary and secondary migrant students.
In particular, international students and children of migrants from non-English language speaking countries can benefit from private English tutoring and utilising the English coaching college approach.
In the article “Global Business Speaks English” published in the Harvard Business Review, Tsedal Neeley reported that more and more multinational companies are making English as the official language of business.
The Harvard Business Review article continued that one in every four of us or about 1.75 billion people around the world use the English language at a functional level, and approximately 565 million people worldwide use the English language on the internet.
According to the British Council, 80% of the world's stored electronic information is in English. The British Council also reported that the English language has official or special status in at least 75 countries around the world, and added that speakers of English as a second language in all probability surpass those who speak it as a first language.
Studies have shown as well that the English language plays a crucial role in the adjustment and academic achievement of students at school, which is driving the trend of increased English tutoring and the growth of the English coaching college.
In the paper "International students in English-speaking universities" published in the Journal of Research in International Education in August 2006, Maureen Snow Andrade reported that the adjustment and academic achievement of international students in educational institutions in English-speaking countries are primarily affected by English language proficiency.
In October 2012, the International Journal of Inclusive Education published the paper of Iris E. Dumenden and Rebecca English entitled "Fish out of water: refugee and international students in mainstream Australian schools". Dumenden and English wrote, “We find that our students' habitus, conditioned by their previous schooling experiences in their home countries, did not match their new Australian schools, resulting in frustration with, and alienation from, their mainstream schools.”
For English Tutoring in Sydney, Australia, contact C3 Education Group. C3 Education is Sydney's premier English coaching college for English tutoring Concord West and is for students from Kinder to Year 12. Classes include critical reasoning, creative and essay writing, public speaking and a tutoring service.
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C3 Education is Sydney's premier English coaching college for English tutoring Concord West and is for students from Kinder to Year 12. Classes include critical reasoning, creative and essay writing, public speaking and an English tutoring service.