From bilingual to multilingual: A look at California's education reforms
from By: Bambi Majumdar
From Nov. 22:
California is once again setting new standards for language education reforms. On Nov. 8, 73 percent of the state's voters supported Proposition 58, a move that will allow public schools to develop their own bilingual and multilingual programs. Revisiting the restrictions on bilingual education that were placed nearly two decades ago, English-only instruction across the state will now be repealed. Proponents of bilingual education are thrilled.
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