ministry: In addition, many who do enroll later drop out without any follow-up, with a drop-out rate of 18 per cent between 2012 and 2017 and 31 per cent leaving the advanced courses in 2016-17, according to CTV. More scathingly, the report found that many of those who do complete the course are unable to function on a daily basis in French. According to the report, only one third of immigrants registered for free French courses offered by the Ministry of Immigration between 2010 and 2013. According to 2015 data, only 9 per cent of immigrants reached the oral language independence threshold set by the ministry. The language independence threshold is the minimum threshold necessary to enter the workforce or undertake post-secondary studies, according to the ministry. Reading and writing scores fared worse, with just 3.7 per cent passing in reading comprehension and 5.3 per cent in writing. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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