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5 for all others. The only extra cost initially included as far as bilingualism was concerned was the payment for an extra teacher per five Primary model A groups. The teacher’s task was to teach Basque as a subject in the five corresponding classes. Groups with Basque speaking tutors able to teach Basque in their own classes were not included in the count. As in the public sector, teacher per class ratios have risen with time. Specific extra payments are now no longer necessary as the necessary Basque speaking teachers are deemed to be included in the basic staffing level.
The movement as a whole, gathered under the umbrella organisation Seaska has always been notably weaker than its Spanish counterpart: French government finance is less forthcoming and the numbers involved are smaller. An annual mass sponsored walk ensures some financial relief. A later initiative under the name of Ikas-bi has introduced bilingual teaching to the state schools. Let us consider preprimary and primary education (ages 3-11) in the continental Basque Country in the school year 1998-99.
To carry out the IRALE programme in its own centres and to effect an appropriate follow-up of the progress of its students both while studying in other organisations collaborating with the department and, subsequently, on their return to school, the department set up a team of teachers to specialise in the language retraining of other teachers. Most of the team has been engaged in teaching, but some have fulfilled other functions as head-teacher, director of studies, material writer, examination setter, post-course advisor or supply teacher.