`Homegrown' bilingual-ed. teachers take root

Schnaiberg, Lynn
March 1994
Education Week;3/23/94, Vol. 13 Issue 26, p5
Focuses on the Fontana Unified School District's implementation of a program designed to develop bilingual teachers. Estimates of the number of bilingual teachers needed in the US; Reasons behind inadequacy of recruitment programs in bilingual education; Focus on Navajo initiative.


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