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A Two-Way Bilingual Program: Promise, Practice, and Precautions
Link: http://: www.csos.jhu.edu.
In spite of political pressure, bilingualism is emerging as a strategy for improving the academic achievement of all students. Two-way bilingual or dual-language programs integrate language-minority and language-majority students for instruction in two languages. Site-based decision making has enabled schools in cities that border with Mexico to implement two-way bilingual programs in which minority and majority students can become bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural.
Author/Creator: Calderon, Margarita, Carreon, Argelia Corp Author Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At Risk Baltimore M. D.
Date Published: 09-00
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