Overtaken and replaced.
Quotation 386

In the 1948 Autonomy Statute French is accorded the same amount of teaching hours in school as Italian. […] Bilingual education in French and Italian has been available in nursery schools since 1972–3, in primary schools from 1988–9 and secondary schools from 1996–7. In practice secondary education is in Italian and there are some courses given in French.

Franco-Provençal has been overtaken by French and both are being replaced by Italian.

World Directory of Minorities and Indigenous People (Minority Rights Group International)

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