Bilingual Education Bill Debate

September 2002
District Administration;Sep2002, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p17
Reports that voters in Massachusetts will decide whether to replace the state's 31-year-old bilingual law with one year of English immersion. Replacement of classes with one year of English immersion before moving students to mainstream classes.


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