Media Archives
  1. California's vast wonderland of school reform by Peter Schrag
    Sacramento Bee, Wednesday, December 31st, 1997 • 900 Words
  2. Language: The new war in U.S. education
    Yomiuri Shimbun, Monday, December 29th, 1997 • 800 Words
  3. On the ballot in 1998
    Orange County Register, Monday, December 29th, 1997 • 700 Words
  4. Unz crusades to end bilingual education
    Orange County Register, Monday, December 29th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
  5. Bilingual Blues
    Weekly Standard, Monday, December 29th, 1997 • 100 Words
  6. Orange County remains ground zero in the ongoing debate over bilingual education by Harold Johnson
    Orange County Register, Sunday, December 28th, 1997 • 300 Words
  7. Teacher hopes to set standard for English instruction
    Orange County Register, Sunday, December 28th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  8. Ballot initiative wouldn't hurt Spanish program
    Palo Alto Daily News, Saturday, December 27th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 300 Words
  9. Oakland bilingual program is sued
    Washington Times, Wednesday, December 24th, 1997 • 700 Words
  10. Bilingual education initiative qualifies
    Associated Press, Wednesday, December 24th, 1997 • 500 Words
  11. Anti-Bilingual Plan Earns Ballot Spot
    San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, December 24th, 1997 • 700 Words
  12. Initiative to Cut Bilingual Classes Qualifies for Ballot
    Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, December 24th, 1997 • 1,000 Words
  13. Union dues, bilingual initiatives make June ballot
    Sacramento Bee, Wednesday, December 24th, 1997 • 400 Words
  14. In plain English: A dumb idea
    Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, December 23rd, 1997 • 100 Words
  15. Two Initiative Measures Qualify for June 1998 Ballot
    California Secretary of State, Tuesday, December 23rd, 1997 • 300 Words
  16. Law's expiration hasn't hampered enforcement
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Monday, December 22nd, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
  17. The Educrats take on Denver by Vincent Carroll
    Weekly Standard, Monday, December 22nd, 1997 • 1,000 Words
  18. When Bilingualism Is a Dirty Word
    Insight Magazine, Monday, December 22nd, 1997 • 1,200 Words
  19. Lack of cold facts gives voters no way to judge bilingual ed by Dan Weintraub
    Orange County Register, Sunday, December 21st, 1997 • 700 Words
  20. 'Fuzzy' statistics figure into war over bilingual education
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, December 21st, 1997 • 800 Words
  21. Latinos divided over merits of dual-language instruction
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, December 21st, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 2,300 Words
  22. LAUSD plays at teaching
    Los Angeles Daily News, Sunday, December 21st, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  23. Local Educator Joins Cal State Board
    Los Angeles Times (Valley Edition), Saturday, December 20th, 1997 • 1,000 Words
  24. Learning English most important task
    San Jose Mercury News (Letters), Saturday, December 20th, 1997 • 200 Words
  25. Bilingualism, part deux by Ken Ward
    Las Vegas Review-Journal, Friday, December 19th, 1997 • 700 Words
  26. Bilingual
    Fort Worth Star Telegram, Friday, December 19th, 1997 • 300 Words
  27. The Language of Reform by Gregory Rodriguez
    LA Weekly, Friday, December 19th, 1997 • 800 Words
  28. Learning English should be focus of bilingual programs
    Daily Bulletin, Friday, December 19th, 1997 • 400 Words
  29. Today's Lesson: What Execs Think About Public Schools
    Wall Street Journal, Thursday, December 18th, 1997 • 1,600 Words
  30. Oakland Vows to Fix Bilingual Programs
    San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, December 17th, 1997 • 800 Words
  31. A Bilingual Helping Hand by Lucy Tse
    Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, December 17th, 1997 • 200 Words
  32. Initiative pushes the 'right to learn English' by Linda Chavez
    Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, December 17th, 1997 • 600 Words
  33. Plan to reduce bilingual education worries some
    Fort Worth Star Telegram, Monday, December 15th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  34. Transition to English slow, varies by district
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 200 Words
  35. Bilingual education, and its critics, date to last century
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997 • 500 Words
  36. Bilingual Education: Cesar Chavez School
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997 • 1,300 Words
  37. English First: O.B. Whaley School
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997 • 1,600 Words
  38. Column Left: A Bifurcated Approach to Bilingual Vote by Roberto Rodriguez and Patrisia Gonzalez
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, December 14th, 1997 • 700 Words
  39. Doing the Right Thing in Bilingual Education is a Question of Balance by Roger Hernandez
    King Features, Sunday, December 14th, 1997 • 600 Words
  40. English Lessons: The Bilingual Education Debate
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 500 Words
  41. Bilingual education: Legislature can no longer afford to dally
    Sacramento Bee, Saturday, December 13th, 1997 • 300 Words
  42. Specialized vocabularies make bilingual education a necessity by James R. Hinds
    Las Vegas Review-Journal, Friday, December 12th, 1997 • 700 Words
  43. When an education's a crime by Rachelle G. Cohen
    Boston Herald, Friday, December 12th, 1997 • 700 Words
  44. A new paradox for California by Dan Walters
    Sacramento Bee, Friday, December 12th, 1997 • 500 Words
  45. Westminster English-only ruling delayed
    Orange County Register, Thursday, December 11th, 1997 • 200 Words
  46. Waiver Hearing For English-Only Classes Delayed
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Thursday, December 11th, 1997 • 100 Words
  47. Bilingual Education Challenged in California
    ABC/World News Tonight, Thursday, December 11th, 1997 • 700 Words
  48. Tocco targets bilingual education
    Fort Worth Star Telegram, Wednesday, December 10th, 1997 • 300 Words
  49. Address Latino concerns
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Wednesday, December 10th, 1997 • 400 Words
  50. English only is a leg up on life by Craig Missakian
    Glendale News-Press, Wednesday, December 10th, 1997 • 600 Words