Should Creole replace French in Haiti's schools?

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Creole is the mother tongue in Haiti, but children do most of their schooling in French.

Two hundred years after Haiti became the world's first black-led republic, is the use of French holding the nation back?

"The percentage of people who speak French fluently is about 5%, and 100% speak Creole," says Chris Low.

"So it's really apartheid through language."

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Interesting, May 16 2017, 1:57 AM

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