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Western Australian schools to have Punjabi curriculum

‌‌This comes after the revelation in 2021 that syllabuses for Hindi, Korean and Tamil had been developed and would be presented to schools the following year.

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A Punjabi curriculum will be made available to schools in Western Australia, according to an announcement made by the Minister of Education and Training, Sue Ellery.

‌‌The School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia will develop Punjabi for students in pre-primary to Year 12 levels. For schools, curriculum writers will provide curricula and support material.

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