Media Archives
  1. California Begins English-Only Rule in its Classrooms
    Chicago Tribune, Monday, August 31st, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words
  2. A Few Zealots Take Free Speech Hostage
    Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, August 30th, 1998 • 400 Words
  3. A language challenge
    San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, August 30th, 1998 • 500 Words
  4. Santa Ana School Board Approves Hard-Won English Language Policy
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Saturday, August 29th, 1998 • 100 Words
  5. School districts seeking Prop 227 waivers
    Ventura County Star, Saturday, August 29th, 1998 • 400 Words
  6. Trustee calls for bilingual waiver
    Riverside Press-Enterprise, Saturday, August 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  7. Local Schools "Wait and See" on Prop 227
    Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Saturday, August 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  8. Bilingual Ed Foe May Compromise
    Albuquerque Journal, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  9. Bilingual Ed Foe Halts Talk
    Albuquerque Journal, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  10. Passions run high over English-only classes
    Albuquerque Tribune, Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 700 Words
  11. Judge Delivers Large Bilingual Education Win
    San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 700 Words
  12. Judge's ruling deals Prop. 227 a setback
    Oakland Tribune, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 500 Words
  13. Bilingual Teaching Backers Win Key Court Decision
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
  14. Parents scurry through Prop. 227 loophole
    Riverside Press-Enterprise, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  15. School bilingual program backers win chance to make their case
    San Francisco Examiner, Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  16. Educators Put Focus on 227
    Los Angeles Daily News, Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 300 Words
  17. 2 Local Districts Seeking Delay on Prop. 227
    Los Angeles Times (Ventura County), Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 500 Words
  18. Court upholds bilingual waivers
    San Jose Mercury News, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
  19. Schools can seek bilingual waivers
    Sacramento Bee, Friday, August 28th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  20. Santa Fe students' test scores improve slightly
    Santa Fe New Mexican, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 400 Words
  21. Bilingual changes in place
    Orange County Register, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 300 Words
  22. Trustees agree to parent conferences on Prop. 227
    Orange County Register, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 300 Words
  23. APS Gears Up for Bilingual Education Lawsuit
    Albuquerque Journal, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 500 Words
  24. Waiver request must be heard
    San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 500 Words
  25. English edict upsets parents
    San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 500 Words
  26. Judge may order state to consider bilingual waivers
    Sacramento Bee, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 500 Words
  27. Schools win way around Prop. 227
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 400 Words
  28. Flexibility Seen in Bilingual Program
    Los Angeles Daily News, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 400 Words
  29. New Prop. 227 School Meetings
    Oakland Post, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 600 Words
  30. Bilingual Program To Be Monitored
    Hartford Courant, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 500 Words
  31. Santa Ana schools OK policy on 227
    Orange County Register, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 200 Words
  32. Quality, Not Speed, is Key in Bilingual Programs by Kathy Renolds
    Arizona Republic, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 900 Words
  33. LBUSD Teaching ESL as Usual
    Long Beach Press-Telegram, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 400 Words
  34. Oakland schools comply, but still fight Prop. 227
    Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, August 26th, 1998 • 400 Words
  35. Most young immigrants prefer to speak English
    San Francisco Examiner, Tuesday, August 25th, 1998 • 600 Words
  36. Parents, Kids Seek Waivers for Dual Immersion
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Tuesday, August 25th, 1998 • 400 Words
  37. They Want the '2' in 227
    Orange County Register, Tuesday, August 25th, 1998 • 500 Words
  38. Schools face cloud of uncertainty
    Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, August 25th, 1998 • 800 Words
  39. Charter Schools by Larry Vasconi
    Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Tuesday, August 25th, 1998 • 200 Words
  40. Grant goes to bilingual project
    Fresno Bee, Monday, August 24th, 1998 • 400 Words
  41. Calif. law fuels Mass. debate on fate of bilingual education
    Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Monday, August 24th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  42. Class is in session
    Fresno Bee, Monday, August 24th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  43. Continual challenge of new school year
    Ventura County Star, Sunday, August 23rd, 1998 • 700 Words
  44. Under 227, Bilingual Native English Speakers Lose Too by Roger Hernandez
    King Features, Sunday, August 23rd, 1998 • 700 Words
  45. Few Bilingual Teachers Take Texas' Offer
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, August 23rd, 1998 • 400 Words
  46. English-only: key to fluency?
    Orange County Register, Saturday, August 22nd, 1998 • 400 Words
  47. Study: Switch to English Immersion Is Successful
    Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Saturday, August 22nd, 1998 • 200 Words
  48. Orange board gets good report on English-only
    Orange County Register, Friday, August 21st, 1998 • 200 Words
  49. School to seek new status
    San Jose Mercury News, Friday, August 21st, 1998 • 500 Words
  50. Students to learn English in English
    Riverside Press Enterprise, Thursday, August 20th, 1998 • 400 Words