In the aftermath of last week’s terrorist attack on a Paris school, there’s been a flood of French professors and administrators taking up the mantle of security.
But some are finding the job too difficult.
“You’ve got to be really good at English,” says Claude de Bouchon, who teaches English in Paris, France’s second largest city.
“I know that there are a lot of French people who are struggling to speak English.”
I am a French person, so I think it’s very difficult to make friends, and you can’t be in a conversation,” he says.
De Boudomins wife, Anja, is also a professor. “
They have a great desire to learn,” he adds.
De Boudomins wife, Anja, is also a professor.
She is studying for a doctorate in the same field, but she says that if she were to study in France it would be because of her love of French culture.
Anja de Boston says she has no problem with foreigners studying in France French officials say there are about 50,000 foreigners living in France and some 50,500 French-language teachers.
A government official said the number of French teachers working in France had grown by 1,400 since 2009.
But the numbers are not keeping pace with the influx of foreigners.
The French government estimates that between 2011 and 2020, the number who will work in French-medium schools grew by nearly 5 million people, from 2.2 million to 2.4 million.
The number of people who want to come to France has also increased.
A government report released last year estimated that some 1.3 million people have come to the country to study.
In the wake of the terrorist attack, the government of France introduced a plan to train 100,000 new teachers, but it was not enough to keep up with the growth in the numbers of French-speakers.
The French government also said that in the years to 2020, a further 6.5 million people in France would want to study, but they could not be trained because of the country’s immigration policy.
France is not alone in this problem.
In the United States, there are concerns that foreign teachers will face a tough challenge in the future as immigration from Europe and other parts of the world surges.
According to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center last year, 75 percent of American college students said they were less likely to consider working in an area of French education if they did not speak English.
Some of those students say they would choose to work in France if it offered better opportunities for advancement.
Students who attend schools in France face the challenge of knowing the language, having a good job and being able to speak French in class.
After the school massacre, the school system in Paris declared a state of emergency in response to the threat of terrorist attacks, as well as to improve security and provide support to students.
It has since tightened its security measures, which include a ban on social media, a ban at certain schools and limits on students’ access to the internet.