Media Archives
  1. Bilingual trap
    Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 300 Words
  2. A Cramped Approach to Bilingualism
    New York Times, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 400 Words
  3. Bilingual education foes make their cases
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, April 30th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  4. Voting on Bilingual Ed
    Washington Post, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 400 Words
  5. Immerse Them in English by Richard Cohen
    Washington Post, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 700 Words
  6. The Spanglish Patient
    Wall Street Journal, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 700 Words
  7. Immigrants want to learn English - and keep their mother tongue by Thai Nguyen-Khoa
    San Francisco Examiner, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 900 Words
  8. Villaraigosa Shows He Can Be Mr. Fix-It by George Skelton
    Los Angeles Times, Thursday, April 30th, 1998 • 700 Words
  9. Bad Posture
    Houston Chronicle, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  10. A Case Of Double Standard
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  11. Bilingual battle stirs California
    Boston Globe, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  12. Stuck hopelessly in the past
    Boston Herald, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 200 Words
  13. A Profile of O.C.'s Bilingual Students
    Orange County Register, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 100 Words
  14. Individual stories
    Orange County Register, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 600 Words
  15. Bilingual funding varies from district to district
    Orange County Register, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 300 Words
  16. O.C. students slow to gain English fluency, study says
    Orange County Register, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
  17. Gilroy, Calif., School Board Supports Bilingual Education
    Gilroy Dispatch, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  18. Voters, teachers don't speak the same language
    Contra Costa Times, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  19. School district in race lawsuit
    Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 400 Words
  20. What Price English?
    Education Week, Wednesday, April 29th, 1998 • 1,900 Words
  21. Bilingual Teacher Added For Spanish-Speaking Pupils
    Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 200 Words
  22. Clinton fights move to curtail bilingual ed
    Washington Times, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
  23. Spirited Debate On Prop. 227
    Modesto Bee, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
  24. Modesto School Trustees Opt For Silence On English Plan
    Modesto Bee, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 400 Words
  25. Clinton Administration Declares Opposition to Proposition 227
    CNN, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 400 Words
  26. White House to Fight California Initiative to Ban Bilingual Classes
    New York Times, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  27. White House opposes California English only move
    Reuters, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 400 Words
  28. Clinton opposes initiative on bilingual education
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 800 Words
  29. Clinton Takes Stand Against Prop. 227
    San Francisco Chronicle, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 300 Words
  30. Education Dept. Faults Anti-Bilingual Measure
    Washington Post, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  31. No on 227: Too broad, too inflexible by David Bacon
    San Francisco Examiner, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 600 Words
  32. Education Secretary Blasts Proposition 227
    San Francisco Chronicle, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  33. Wilson Leaning Toward Support of Unz Measure
    Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 800 Words
  34. Prop. 227 to lure Clinton to state
    Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  35. Once again, we face dilemma by Dan Walters
    Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  36. 227 foes note loss of local control
    Contra Costa Times, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  37. Bilingual debate becomes partisan
    San Jose Mercury News, Tuesday, April 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
  38. Voter power at issue in initiative system
    Riverside Press Enterprise, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,900 Words
  39. Bilingual Education Translates Into A Real Plus For Everyone by Myriam Marquez
    Orlando Sentinel, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 600 Words
  40. Debate On Prop. 227 Tonight
    Modesto Bee, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 300 Words
  41. Two-way learning works
    Denver Post, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 600 Words
  42. Bilingual school's students double their knowledge
    Denver Post, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
  43. Bilingual Education In California
    ABC/National, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 200 Words
  44. Prepared Remarks by Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley by Richard W. Riley
    U.S. Department of Education, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 1,800 Words
  45. Bilingual education attacked
    Modesto Bee, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 400 Words
  46. Clinton opposes cutting bilingual education
    Associated Press, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 600 Words
  47. Initiative would send shock waves through education establishment
    Associated Press, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 700 Words
  48. White House to Announce Opposition to Prop. 227
    Los Angeles Times, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  49. Flexible teaching is key to Hispanics' success by Roberto Cruz
    San Jose Mercury News, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 700 Words
  50. We would read, read, read!
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, April 27th, 1998 • 2,900 Words