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The Linguistic Minority Parents' Perceptions of Bilingual Education

A study examined linguistic minority parents' views on bilingual education, motivated by recurrent controversy surrounding public school provision of bilingual education for language minority students. Multiple-choice questionnaires in English and Spanish were answered by 299 Latino parents whose children were enrolled in bilingual education classes at six elementary and four middle schools in the Los Angeles (California) area.

  • Author/Creator: Lee, Stephen K.
  • Date Published: 02-00
  • Year: 1998

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