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Bilingual Education Policy and Practice in the Andes: Ideological Paradox and Intercultural Possibility
Discusses bilingual education policy and reform in the context of indigenous languages of Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia, exploring the ideological paradox inherent in transforming a standardizing education into a diversifying one and in constructing a multilingual, multicultural national identity. Data come from policy documents and practitioner narratives. Notes implications for educational practice in linguistically and culturally diverse classrooms. (Contains references.) (SM)
Author/Creator: Hornberger, Nancy H.
Date Published: Jun
Journal/Secondary Title: Anthropology & Education Quarterly
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