Denver Hispanics assail bilingual ed. plan

Schnaiberg, Lynn
April 1997
Education Week;04/30/97, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p6
Highlights the opposition to the bilingual education plan in Denver, Colorado. Problems on the implementation of the program; Debates held over bilingual education; Advantages of bilingualism; Support on the program from the Latino Education Coalition. INSET: Language and program limits at issue across states..


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