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Need For Bilingual Education, Benefits Of Bilingualism And Theoretical Foundations Of Bilingual Education
The Migrant and Bilingual Education office oversees the state and federal programs that help migrant students and youth in our state meet high academic challenges by overcoming obstacles created by frequent moves, educational disruption, cultural and language differences, and health-related problems. By reducing exposure to English, bilingual education may slow the acquisition of English language skills. Colorado: Only state to vote down an initiative to end bilingual programs in 2002. Both these bills recognize that beginning the bilingual boost” needs to start early, and that government support through state education is critical.
In Gadsden, a sprawling district that hugs the border with both Texas and Mexico, 96 percent of the students are Hispanic. Connecticut: Ended bilingual programs in 2000 for the mainly Spanish-speaking ELL students concentrated in the public schools of the three largest cities.
Despite its idealistic vision, mainstreaming bilingual education is a test of California’s political will. Bilingual …Read More