Datapoint Haitian Creole/Domains of use: school

According to Coriolan (2004: 146), “in the capital and the major cities, French dominates (with a great amount of people taking private courses, which nowadays, however, are replaced by English courses); in the countryside, Creole takes a more prominent place, but in sometimes very bad conditions”.
Constant’s (2007) article, which feeds on Haiti’s great experience of a native creole-speaking population, gives substantial information about the situation of schools, which is extremely complex and variable in Haiti.



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