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The Multicultural Middle College High School: An Attempt at Creating an Innovative Bilingual High School
Research on bilingual education has suggested three areas as critical for quality bilingual education: (1) school climate and organization; (2) curriculum content and delivery; and (3) instructional strategies. These three areas form a framework that was used to evaluate the Multicultural Middle College High School (MMCHS), an alternative bilingual high school created by a group of teachers from the Boston (Massachusetts) public schools. An analysis of school organization, curriculum, staff, classroom instruction, student population, and home-school relationships shows how the school succeeds in providing quality bilingual education.
Author/Creator: Brisk, Maria Estela Corp Author Brown Univ Providence R. I. Education Alliance for Equity in the Nation's Schools, New England Desegregation Assistance Center, Providence R. I.
Date Published: 00-00
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Funding: Department of Education, Washington, DC. DED-S004D3006
EDRS: EDRS Price MF01/PC02 Plus Postage.
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