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Different proposals have been put forward like that of introducing one single, multilingual model that would guarantee not only widespread Basquization and bilingualization as well as widespread Englishization, but also widespread social cohesion and equality of opportunities. One of the current challenges facing the Basque education system (and the non-Basque one, also facing Spain, France and the EU in general) is how to guarantee a good knowledge of English in a statutory way, in addition to an intermediate level in another optional foreign language by the end of statutory education (at the age of 16).
Bilingualism and Identity: Spanish at the Crossroads with Other Languages (Studies in Bilingualism, Volume 37) by Mercedes Niño-Murcia (Editor), Jason Rothman (Editor)