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Haitian Creole Language and Bilingual Education in the United States: Problem, Right, Or Resource?
Examines the issue of meaningful education for Creole-speaking students, particularly Haitians, in the context of U.S. bilingual programs. The discussion focuses on the home language, Creole, as it is used in the school system and what the value is attached to it in an attempt to provide these students with effective instruction. (41 references) (Author/CK)
Author/Creator: Zephir, Flore
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development
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