Media Archives
  1. Clinton Voices Support for Bilingual Education
    Associated Press, Thursday, September 28th, 1995 • 200 Words
  2. English-Only Law Unnecessary
    Wisconsin State Journal, Monday, September 25th, 1995 • 800 Words
  3. Tongue-tied in the schools: Only English spoken here
    U.S. News & World Report, Monday, September 25th, 1995 • 2,100 Words
  4. Americans Forget History When They Blast Bilingual Education by Myriam Marquez
    Orlando Sentinel, Monday, September 25th, 1995 • 700 Words
  5. One nation, one language? Only English spoken here
    U.S. News & World Report, Monday, September 25th, 1995 • 2,100 Words
  6. Bilingual School Has Word for Dole: Wrong
    Washington Post, Friday, September 22nd, 1995 • 1,600 Words
  7. Back to Basics by Barbara Mujica
    Bergen Record, Thursday, September 21st, 1995 • 1,000 Words
  8. Too Narrow a View of Who's American by Charles King
    Los Angeles Times, Thursday, September 21st, 1995 • 700 Words
  9. New York's Bilingual 'Prison'
    New York Times, Thursday, September 21st, 1995 • 400 Words
  10. Differences prevent debate on bilingual education
    Washington Times, Tuesday, September 19th, 1995 • 700 Words
  11. Immigrants no threat to English
    Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Tuesday, September 19th, 1995 • 400 Words
  12. Lawsuit Is Filed Accusing State Of Overuse of Bilingual Classes
    New York Times, Tuesday, September 19th, 1995 • 500 Words
  13. The Shallow Language of Politics by Tom Blackburn
    Palm Beach Post, Monday, September 18th, 1995 • 700 Words
  14. English-first plans pick up supporters
    New York Daily News, Monday, September 18th, 1995 • 600 Words
  15. O.C. Schools Ahead of the Learning Curve
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, September 17th, 1995 • 1,800 Words
  16. Educator to leave bilingual legacy
    Denver Post, Sunday, September 17th, 1995 • 1,100 Words
  17. Taking Aim at Bi-Lingual Policies
    New York Daily News, Sunday, September 17th, 1995 • 700 Words
  18. Dole runs for the school board by Joanne Jacobs
    Denver Post, Saturday, September 16th, 1995 • 500 Words
  19. Q & A: Promoting Bilingualism
    Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, Friday, September 15th, 1995 • 1,600 Words
  20. Focus on the English-Only Movement
    Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Friday, September 15th, 1995 • 700 Words
  21. APS Alters Bilingual Criteria
    Albuquerque Journal, Friday, September 15th, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  22. Education Official Cites Importance of Bilingualism
    Santa Fe New Mexican, Thursday, September 14th, 1995 • 400 Words
  23. Fed: SF Must Fight Bilingual-Ed Cuts
    Albuquerque Journal, Thursday, September 14th, 1995 • 500 Words
  24. Review Prompts APS to Take New Tack in Bilingual Education
    Albuquerque Tribune, Thursday, September 14th, 1995 • 500 Words
  25. Bob Dole's Plain English by Lally Weymouth
    Washington Post, Tuesday, September 12th, 1995 • 800 Words
  26. Is Bilingual Education Necessary?
    Los Angeles Times (Valley), Tuesday, September 12th, 1995 • 600 Words
  27. Parents Must Fight to Keep Bilingual Classes, Official Says
    Albuquerque Tribune, Tuesday, September 12th, 1995 • 300 Words
  28. English Is the One Thing That Unites Us by Bob Wiemer
    New York Newsday, Monday, September 11th, 1995 • 700 Words
  29. Reading, writing and Ripken by Rob Morse
    San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, September 10th, 1995 • 1,000 Words
  30. English Only
    Denver Post, Sunday, September 10th, 1995 • 1,200 Words
  31. Sen or Dole sets out for La Casa Blanca by Angelo Figueroa
    Tampa Tribune, Saturday, September 9th, 1995 • 700 Words
  32. Allentown Charts New ESOL Course
    Allentown Morning Call, Friday, September 8th, 1995 • 1,100 Words
  33. "English-Only" Appears in the Political Lexicon of Capitol Hill
    Los Angeles Times (Valley), Friday, September 8th, 1995 • 1,500 Words
  34. Glue of language holding strong
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Friday, September 8th, 1995 • 700 Words
  35. Official English is coming
    Washington Times, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 700 Words
  36. English-only advocates sense momentum
    Washington Times, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 1,400 Words
  37. Phony solution in search of an imaginary problem
    USA Today, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 800 Words
  38. Domenici on the Spot Over Bilingualism
    Santa Fe New Mexican, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 500 Words
  39. Bilingual Class Backers Decry Dole's Proposal
    Los Angeles Times (Valley), Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 900 Words
  40. Domenici Takes Heat for Dole in N.M.
    Albuquerque Journal, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 600 Words
  41. English-Only Campaign An Effort to Divide and Conquer in Worst Way
    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 500 Words
  42. Dole: For Apple Pie And the Mother Tongue by Debra J. Saunders
    San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 600 Words
  43. Dole to the "rescue'
    San Francisco Examiner, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 400 Words
  44. New School For Newest Arrivals
    New York Newsday, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 600 Words
  45. Bilingualism Is a Threat to America? Oh, C'mon
    New York Newsday, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 400 Words
  46. Raising language barriers
    Boston Globe, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 400 Words
  47. N.M. Brass Raps Domenici Support of Dole
    Albuquerque Tribune, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 800 Words
  48. English as soon as possible
    Boston Herald, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 200 Words
  49. Dole Calls for Ending Most Bilingual Classes
    Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, September 5th, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
  50. Speaking parents' native tongue helps children, experts say
    Orange County Register, Sunday, September 3rd, 1995 • 800 Words