Attitudes of Bulgarian teachers to multilingualism depending on the level of education
The article presents the survey results about the attitudes of Bulgarian teachers to multilingualism. The sample covers 249 teachers from schools with a concentration of pupils from socially disadvantaged Roma families. Responses are analyzed using percentage frequencies and a multilevel General linear model. Expectations of differences in the attitudes of teachers with different degrees of education - namely, bachelor’s and master’s degree - were not justified.
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