In questioning bilingual ed., Hispanic parents join backlash

Schanaiberg, Lynn
February 1996
Education Week;2/28/96, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p11
Reports on Hispanic parents' protest over bilingual education. Pulling out of children in Los Angeles, California. California state school board's approval of an Orange County district's plan to teach its limited-English-proficient students mostly in English; Supporters of bilingual education.


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