In the school the English should be taught by qualified teachers.
It's better to say:
In school, English should be taught by qualified teachers.
"The" should not be used before school when you mean to talk about the institution of school rather than the place. Also, "the" should not be used before English when you mean the language, not the people, the English = the English people.
I hope this helps!
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