If the reforms are passed, they will come into effect in 2016.
As a result, only children whose parents are able to afford trips abroad, tutoring and private schools are able to achieve a high degree of English proficiency, the report said.
It also blamed France for being too protective of its own language.
“Improving the country’s English skills is not a subject of national debate,” the report said. “If anything, public debate is aroused only when it is proposed that English take on a small measure of official importance.”