Media Archives
  1. Bilingual Ed.: Yea or Nay?
    Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, January 13th, 1998 • 300 Words
  2. Many bilingual programs terrible, but not all
    Houston Chronicle, Monday, January 12th, 1998 • 400 Words
  3. Honda fighting English-only initiative
    San Jose Mercury News, Monday, January 12th, 1998 • 800 Words
  4. English for the Americans
    Weekly Standard, Monday, January 12th, 1998 • 200 Words
  5. Pluralism and the new immigrants by Nathan Glazer
    Society, Sunday, January 11th, 1998 • 5,400 Words
  6. Justice reviewing bilingual studies
    Denver Post, Sunday, January 11th, 1998 • 300 Words
  7. Denver Schools' Bilingual Feud Could Spur Convention Boycott
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Sunday, January 11th, 1998 • 200 Words
  8. The English Man by Tia O'Brien
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, January 11th, 1998, COVER STORY • 4,300 Words
  9. For Bilingual Ed, it's Physiological: Mend it, don't end it by Roger Hernandez
    King Features, Sunday, January 11th, 1998 • 600 Words
  10. Hispanics will discuss DPS bilingual education
    Denver Post, Saturday, January 10th, 1998 • 400 Words
  11. Bilingual Education-Glance
    Associated Press, Saturday, January 10th, 1998 • 200 Words
  12. Former San Francisco students disagree about bilingual education
    Associated Press, Saturday, January 10th, 1998 • 600 Words
  13. Software millionaire drives campaign
    Associated Press, Saturday, January 10th, 1998 • 400 Words
  14. Californians considering whether to dump bilingual education
    Associated Press, Saturday, January 10th, 1998 • 900 Words
  15. New bilingual plans offered
    Chicago Sun-Times, Friday, January 9th, 1998 • 400 Words
  16. Non-English instruction not pervasive in schools
    Orange County Register, Friday, January 9th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  17. Californians to Vote in June On Ending Bilingual Education
    Wall Street Journal, Friday, January 9th, 1998 • 600 Words
  18. Bilingual Ban Could Override Proposition 187 by Allan J. Favish
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, January 9th, 1998 • 400 Words
  19. O.C. District's Bilingual Waiver Now Permanent
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, January 9th, 1998 • 500 Words
  20. Hostos President Quits Over Low Test Scores
    New York Newsday, Thursday, January 8th, 1998 • 200 Words
  21. Under Fire, Hostos Chief Resigns Post
    New York Times, Thursday, January 8th, 1998 • 800 Words
  22. Proposal would undercut bilingual-ed foes
    Sacramento Bee, Thursday, January 8th, 1998 • 400 Words
  23. City can keep English-immersion schools
    Orange County Register, Thursday, January 8th, 1998 • 700 Words
  24. Unz says LAUSD misusing recess
    Los Angeles Daily News, Wednesday, January 7th, 1998 • 400 Words
  25. Gingrich lays out themes, rips bilingual education
    Houston Chronicle, Tuesday, January 6th, 1998 • 500 Words
  26. Bilingual Methods To Be Tried With Deaf Students
    Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday, January 6th, 1998 • 1,400 Words
  27. Learning to read English at the earliest possible age
    Lancaster New Era, Tuesday, January 6th, 1998 • 500 Words
  28. Bilingual education waiver sought
    Orange County Register, Monday, January 5th, 1998 • 300 Words
  29. Segregating to integrate?
    Orange County Register, Monday, January 5th, 1998 • 400 Words
  30. Democrats Hope to Translate Latino Distrust of GOP Into Votes
    Washington Post, Monday, January 5th, 1998 • 1,200 Words
  31. SB 6 provides local control and flexibility by Brooks Firestone
    Ventura County Star, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 900 Words
  32. English is the ticket to success by Lanny Ebenstein
    Ventura County Star, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 700 Words
  33. There is a better way by Sheri Annis and Ron Unz
    Ventura County Star, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 500 Words
  34. Bilingual education as American as apple pie by Ramon Rodriguez
    Ventura County Star, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 800 Words
  35. Bills Would Help Immigrants in Missouri To Learn English
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 800 Words
  36. Learning New Lessons In Language
    Bergen Record, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  37. Bilingual education foes can relax about English's future by Bruce MacDonald
    Boston Globe, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  38. 100 Protest Initiative to End Bilingual Teaching
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 300 Words
  39. A Look Back: Challenge and Change in Orange County From El Toro to El Nino, a Stormy Year
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 2,100 Words
  40. Initiatives: Bad Way to Reform Education
    San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 800 Words
  41. Education seen as top priority
    Sacramento Bee, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 1,100 Words
  42. Politicians push education reform to forefront
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, January 4th, 1998 • 1,100 Words
  43. Lawmakers seek district flexibility as English-emphasis initiative looms
    Associated Press, Saturday, January 3rd, 1998 • 700 Words
  44. A New Year's Resolution for California by Ron Unz
    English for the Children, Thursday, January 1st, 1998 • 300 Words
  45. English Spoken Here
    Teacher Magazine, Thursday, January 1st, 1998 • 4,200 Words
  46. Reality votes by Steve Scott
    California Journal, Thursday, January 1st, 1998 • 2,600 Words
  47. Bilingual bellweather? by Sherry Bebitch Jeffe
    California Journal, Thursday, January 1st, 1998 • 800 Words
  48. Loco, Completamente Loco by Glenn Garvin
    Reason Magazine, Thursday, January 1st, 1998, COVER STORY • 8,500 Words