Monthly Archives: October 1998

Bilingual Education Support at Under 4% Among Immigrant Parents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties

Bilingual Education Support Running at Under 4% Among Immigrant Parents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties  English for the Children, Thursday, October 22, 1998 Bilingual Classes Still Thriving in Wake of Prop. 227 Los Angeles Times, Thursday, October 22, 1998

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The Battle Over Prop. 227

Here’s a good piece from yesterday’s LA Times. There is one slight glitch—the actual language of the initiative requires “nearly all” instruction to be in English. The Battle Over Prop. 227 Is Far From Over… by Douglas Laskin Los Angeles Times, … Continue reading

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Outrageous Bilingual Blackmail

In the most outrageous action taken following the passage of Prop. 227, the Los Angeles Unified School District has decided to refuse to teaching reading or even possibly the full alphabet to young immigrant children unless their parents request bilingual … Continue reading

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Ron Unz: “Latino Children Deserve More Than Just Half an Education”

California Bilingual Teaching Lives on After Vote to Kill It  New York Times, Saturday, October 3, 1998

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