!Ingles, Si!

Amselle, Jorge
September 1996
National Review;9/30/1996, Vol. 48 Issue 18, p52
The article comments on the implementation of bilingual education in the U.S. It offers information on a national survey by the Center for Equal Opportunity which found that more Hispanic parents prefer that their children be taught in English rather than the Spanish language. It examines the problems with bilingual education and its impact on Hispanic children. It discusses the difficulty facing Hispanic American parents opposing bilingual education. It presents information on a study on student performance in bilingual education.


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