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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Abelardo Villarreal, Ph.D. Johnny comes in and talks about how hard Mr. Sabelotodo is in class. He tells his friends … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Immigrant Education Policy: Why Attempt to Fix What’s Not Broken? Albert Cortez, Ph.D. In our many years of working together, … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Editorial by Raul Yzaguirre My family has lived in what is now the United States since 1723; six generations of … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

William S. White The Berlin Wall. What does it mean to you? Stop a moment, don’t read any further, close … read more

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Kate Mahoney and Kirby Gehachu Sigmund Boloz brings to mind the struggle that many students experience daily upon entering the … read more

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Two­ Way Bilingual Education: A Positive Way to “Cry Woof” Frank Gonzales, Ph.D. One day, Mother Mouse was crossing the … read more

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Nov 1999

Alternative Schools: Short-term Solution with Long-Term Consequences Since 1990, the number of alternative schools in North Carolina has more than … read more

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CHIME (Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education): Service Provides Access to Information on the Education of Immigrant Students Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed. … read more

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Nov 1999

Abel Carmona, B.A. Recently, a friend of mine, who is in retail sales, was approached at work by a Spanish-speaking … read more

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Nov 1999

María Robledo Montecel, Ph.D. Editor’s Note: In September, IDRA presented testimony before the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for … read more

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