A majority of teachers in Finland feel that creating foreign-language enclaves in society is problematic because it discourages immigrant-background children from learning fluent Finnish.

According to the findings of a recent survey of Finland’s teachers, those with experience in instructing immigrant-background children say allowing immigrants to concentrate in certain areas is a bad idea.

The survey, which was conducted by the national broadcaster Yle and the teachers’ union OAJ, found t...

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