¿Qué? Spanish News Podcast S05E07: Delta strain in Spain and the debate over bilingual education programs
This week, we discuss the rise in coronavirus cases among young, unvaccinated people, and talk with IE Business School teacher Joe Haslam about why a growing number of Spanish schools are no longer teaching courses in English
This week on our Spanish news podcast, we discuss the rise of the delta coronavirus strain in Spain, the spike in infections among young people and what regions are doing to curb contagions. We also look at why a growing number of Spanish schools are dropping out of bilingual education programs and speak to IE Business School teacher Joe Haslam about the pros and cons of learning a course in a different language.
As usual, we also catch up on all of your correspondence and take a look at the other stories of the week that have caught our eye.
¿Qué? is a podcast that tries to explain to an English-speaking audience the curious, the under-reported and sometimes simply bizarre news stories that are often in the headlines in Spain.
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We’ll be back next week with a brand new host of issues.