Andrea Lampros Items
  1. 2 distinct schools of thought
    Contra Costa Times, Sunday, October 11th, 1998 • 1,600 Words
  2. Schools win way around Prop. 227
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, August 27th, 1998 • 400 Words
  3. U.S. judge backs Prop. 227
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, July 16th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
  4. Faces of East Bay reflected in Prop. 227 voting
    Contra Costa Times, Friday, June 5th, 1998 • 600 Words
  5. Foes take Prop. 227 to court
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, June 4th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  6. Voters end bilingual education
    Contra Costa Times, Wednesday, June 3rd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  7. Opponents of Prop. 227 lead in fund raising
    Contra Costa Times, Tuesday, May 26th, 1998 • 400 Words
  8. Profiles of students in Richmond High's bilingual program
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, May 25th, 1998 • 700 Words
  9. Diverse students and diverse opinions
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, May 25th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  10. Wilson endorses Prop. 227
    , Tuesday, May 19th, 1998 • 700 Words
  11. Bilingual programs embraced elsewhere
    Contra Costa Times, Friday, May 15th, 1998 • 900 Words
  12. Prop. 227 likely to get day in court if voters say 'yes'
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, May 7th, 1998 • 500 Words
  13. Lawsuits against teachers a possibility
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, May 7th, 1998 • 700 Words
  14. Rule #1: Master English
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
  15. Foes say Prop. 227 is racist
    Contra Costa Times, Sunday, April 26th, 1998 • 1,500 Words
  16. Rush to beat vote on 227 may be too little, too late
    Contra Costa Times, Wednesday, April 22nd, 1998 • 1,000 Words
  17. Bilingual education policy gets state OK
    Contra Costa Times, Thursday, April 9th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  18. Immersion technique is done mostly in English
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, April 6th, 1998 • 800 Words
  19. Prop. 227 is based on a model immersion program that educators say does not exist
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, April 6th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
  20. Teaching U.S. history, not English, is her job
    Contra Costa Times, Monday, March 30th, 1998 • 500 Words
  21. 5-year-olds give voice to bilingualism
    Contra Costa Times, Sunday, March 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
  22. Passing or failing? Bilingual classes are put to the test
    Contra Costa Times, Sunday, March 29th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words