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Spanish-English bilingual education in the U.S.

Spanish-English bilingual education in the U.S.

current issues, resources, and research priorities

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Published by Center for Applied Linguistics in [Arlington, Va] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Manuel Ramirez... [et al.].
SeriesBilingual education series -- 5, Papers in applied linguistics
ContributionsRamirez, Manuel.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20165041M

I’d love to claim that this is a byproduct of my excellent poetry education as a child, but the truth is that most of them come from one of my very favorite children’s books, ¡Pío Peep!, a classic (and beautifully illustrated) bilingual book of songs and little poems. Latino College Completion: United States | Excelencia in Education. For the U.S. to regain the top ranking in the world for college degree attainment, Latinos will need to earn million more degrees by Spanish/English bilingual alphabet book and informational text about the discovery of the Olinguito in the cloud forest of the Andes.

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