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ydwine [Provincial legislation:]
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-Schools in Fryslân do not receive more structural funding from the Dutch Government than schools in other provinces. In 2020, the Dutch national government provided €174,000 for basic facilities for Frisian, and the Frisian provincial government structually provided €178,000 for Frisian classes as well as temporary subsidies ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)). In light of //Taalplan Frysk 2030//, both Dutch and Frisian governments contribute to Frisian primary and secondary school materials ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)).+Schools in Fryslân do not receive more structural funding from the Dutch Government than schools in other provinces. In 2020, the Dutch national government provided €174,000 for basic facilities for Frisian, and the Frisian provincial government structually provided €178,000 for Frisian classes as well as temporary subsidies ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)). In light of [[languages:​frisian_in_the_netherlands#​Provincial legislation:​|Taalplan Frysk 2030]], both Dutch and Frisian governments contribute to Frisian primary and secondary school materials ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)).
  
 The Frisian provincial government finances and organises the Frisian teacher training ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)). The Frisian provincial government finances and organises the Frisian teacher training ((Inspectie van het Onderwijs. (2019). //Sizzen is neat, mar dwaan is in ding: Frysk yn it primêr en fuortset ûnderwiis.//​. Retrieved from [[https://​www.onderwijsinspectie.nl/​documenten/​themarapporten/​2019/​12/​05/​fries-in-het-primair-en-voortgezet-onderwijs]].)).
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