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Linguistic diversity, a phenomenon that has existed in the United States since the beginning of its history as a nation, has become a highly contentious issue in recent decades. This paper critically examines .
Forked tongue: The politics of bilingual education. New York: Basic Books.
Forked tongue: The politics of bilingual education.
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Bilingual education was sponsored in some districts, often contentiously.
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Other Books in the Series. This makes it easier for bilingual educators, whether in the United States or elsewhere, to understand their present role within a historical and sociological perspective. Building Bridges: Multilingual Resources for Children MULTILINGUAL RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN PROJECT. Curriculum Related Assessment, Cummins and Bilingual Children TONY CLINE and NORAH FREDERICKSON (eds).
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