State Journal

Zehr, Mary Ann
March 2002
Education Week;3/27/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 28, p19
Focuses on the opposition of John R. Silber, chairman of the Massachusetts state board of education on bilingual education. Testimony of Silber before a legislative panel; Anti-bilingual education campaign of California businessman Ron K. Unz; Reasons of Silber on opposing bilingual education.


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