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Why Bilingual Education? ERIC Digest. by Krashen, Stephen . Bilingual education continues to receive criticism in the national media. This Digest examines some of the criticism, and its effect on public opinion, which often is based on misconceptions about bilingual education's goals and practice.

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Bilingual education is most effective choice for English Language Learners ERN Admin Bilingual education for English Language Learners (ELLs) has been one of the most controversial and even contentious issues in the field, with some groups like ProEnglish and anti-immigration groups actively opposing it as a threat to national identity.

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As I mentioned earlier, a transitional approach to bilingual education (be it in two-way or one-way dual language programs) can be detrimental to students’ academic and linguistic development. Typically, programs with this inclination initially use instruction in Spanish until the number of hours of Spanish instruction diminishes and gives ...

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Bilingual Education: Effective Programming for Language-Minority Students. by Lynn Malarz. Why Should I Be Concerned About the Language-Minority Population at My School? American schools are changing; schools are much more diverse than they were twenty-five years ago. Educators can no longer expect the majority of their students to be ...

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Bilingual Education in the Classroom. Bilingual education is the process of teaching students using two languages. Educators usually teach students in their native language in conjunction with a second language utilizing differing levels of the native and second language depending on the requirements specified in lesson plans and teaching models.

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In 2016, bilingual education received a spotlight treatment rarely given to a teaching method partly in thanks to Proposition 58.. On November 8, California voters voted "yes" on a ballot initiative that effectively overturned a decades-old approach requiring the state's English Language Learners (ELLs) to receive English-only instruction.

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Spread the loveBy Matthew Lynch This generation of K-12 students is growing up in a society that is increasingly bilingual. While foreign language requirements have long been a core requirement for high school graduation—second language classes at an earlier age would improve overall fluency for most students. It’s time to introduce second-language concepts to the youngest of K-12 students ...

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The Effects of Bilingual Education Programs on English Language Learners The Question. How effective are bilingual education programs for improving the English reading skills and general content knowledge of English language learners (ELL)? The Context. Bilingual education has been a political hot-button issue in many states.

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Bilingual Education Is Ineffective "Bilingual education is more expensive than other programs and is the least educationally effective." Christine Rossell is a professor of political science at Boston University and the author of School Desegregation in the 21st Century, Bilingual Education in Massachusetts. In the following viewpoint, she

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The Importance of Bilingual Education. Archived Information. The Importance of Bilingual Education. March 25, 2016. ... proposed ten thousand dollars in loan forgiveness and up to twenty-five thousand dollars for those who go to a highly-effective teacher preparation program, because we want to invest in our educators. ...