Media Archives
  1. Bilingual proposal won't solve problem
    San Antonio Express-News, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 500 Words
  2. Edwatch Politicizing bilingual education by Julia Steiny
    Providence Journal-Bulletin, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,200 Words
  3. Bilingual education: Parsing Prop. 227 by Alan W. Bock
    Orange County Register, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 2,000 Words
  4. Propositions 226 And 227 A No No by Mary Bergan
    Oakland Post, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 800 Words
  5. News flash: Bilingualism is useful by Elizabeth Martinez
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 600 Words
  6. East L. A. is too complex to be dismissed as a 'slum' by Dan Rather
    Houston Chronicle, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 600 Words
  7. California may end bilingual education
    Fort Worth Star Telegram, Sunday, May 31st, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  8. Race fades as an issue in California by Susan Estrich
    Denver Post, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 800 Words
  9. In politics, too, Calif. sets trends
    Boston Globe, Sunday, May 31st, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 2,100 Words
  10. A Look at Proposition 227
    ABC, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,200 Words
  11. Persistant questioning gets the right sound bite
    Sacramento Bee, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 300 Words
  12. Bilingual Ed Debate
    New York Daily News, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 800 Words
  13. For a good time, pull the booth's curtain by Rob Morse
    San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 700 Words
  14. Three Education Initiatives Make for Odd Bedfellows by Sigrid Bathen
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,100 Words
  15. Union dues measure now too close to call, poll shows
    San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 900 Words
  16. The Examiner's editorials on statewide ballot measures
    San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 2,800 Words
  17. Language Issue Hits a Chord
    Orange County Register, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 900 Words
  18. Lungren's Challenge
    Washington Post, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 700 Words
  19. Teacher finds mixed success in bilingual program
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,500 Words
  20. Waivers studied as key to Prop. 227
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, May 31st, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  21. Calif. vote could send shockwaves across U.S.
    Reuters, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 400 Words
  22. A Campaign for Another Country by Richard Rodriguez
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,200 Words
  23. Proposition 227 Stirs Many Voices
    Associated Press, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 700 Words
  24. Lady or Tiger? by Debra J. Saunders
    San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 600 Words
  25. The 'for children' initiative...isn't by Loretta Green
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 300 Words
  26. Why a left-of-left liberal wants children educated in English by Alice Callaghan
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  27. Quality of debate suffers from distortions, stereotypes by James Crawford
    San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 1,300 Words
  28. Bilingual education is our childrens best hope by Lisa Rodriguez
    Ventura County Star, Saturday, May 30th, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  29. Gubernatorial debate used for anti-227 ad
    Fresno Bee, Saturday, May 30th, 1998 • 300 Words
  30. Israel's Success in Teaching Hebrew Linked to Ideology
    Los Angeles Times, Saturday, May 30th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,800 Words
  31. Big-Bucks Battle Over Prop. 226
    San Francisco Chronicle, Saturday, May 30th, 1998 • 600 Words
  32. Bilingual Education Has Fallen Into Disfavor
    New York Times, Saturday, May 30th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,800 Words
  33. Fresno schools chief blasts Prop. 227 on CNN
    Fresno Bee, Saturday, May 30th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 400 Words
  34. Signs of protest
    San Jose Mercury News, Saturday, May 30th, 1998 • 400 Words
  35. Prop. 227 would hurt those it seeks to help by Patricia Greenfield
    UCLA Daily Bruin, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 900 Words
  36. Prop. 227 arguments will obscure facts
    UCLA Daily Bruin, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 700 Words
  37. Not the bilingual answer
    Riverside Press Enterprise, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 600 Words
  38. No On 227 by Rosana Madrid-Arroyo
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 300 Words
  39. In California, English-only proposition not a wedge issue after all by Jack W. Germond and Jules Witcover
    Baltimore Sun, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 700 Words
  40. Potential Impact of California's Prop. 227
    CNN, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 4,500 Words
  41. A Worthy Successor to Reagan? by Matthew Rees
    Wall Street Journal, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  42. Grasping for Meaning in the Language of Success by Sandy Banks
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 800 Words
  43. Growing up, border town's teachers experienced their students' struggles
    Orange County Register, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 400 Words
  44. Traffic flows both ways in cross-border bilingual program
    Orange County Register, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 400 Words
  45. A City Where Bilingual Says Dual, Not Duel
    Orange County Register, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 1,100 Words
  46. The meaning of Prop. 227 in modern society by Joseph Yi
    Orange County Register, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 700 Words
  47. Poll: Opposition to 3 initiatives on rise
    Sacramento Bee, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 600 Words
  48. Proposition 227 by Jim Trotter
    San Jose Mercury News, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 600 Words
  49. Prop. 227 slips, still holds lead
    San Jose Mercury News, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  50. Popularity Extends Past Racial Lines
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 1,300 Words