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Morning Read: California ballot measure may overturn law limiting bilingual education

LA School Report | October 17, 2016



Californians, having curbed bilingual education, may now expand It
In 1998, voters in California passed a law that severely restricted bilingual education in public schools, arguing that students were languishing in their native language and that requiring English-only instruction would speed up the time it took children to learn English. Now voters are being asked to overturn the measure in November. By Jennifer Medina, New York Times

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