California Media
Santa Ana's parents revolt in favor of English
Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, February 11th, 2003 • 800 Words
Lopez recall might be a watershed by Steven Greenhut
Orange County Register, Sunday, February 9th, 2003 • 1,200 Words
Opposition to Lopez cut across city
Orange County Register, Thursday, February 6th, 2003, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
Dispute over bilingual education in Santa Ana, California
National Public Radio, Tuesday, February 4th, 2003 • 600 Words
Nativo Lopez's divisive politics by Steven Greenhut
Orange County Register, Sunday, October 13th, 2002 • 1,200 Words
Bilingual Issue Drives Recall Battle
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, September 15th, 2002 • 1,600 Words
Immersed in English
San Luis Obispo Tribune, Sunday, May 19th, 2002, FRONT PAGE • 1,700 Words
Recall target's visit sparks complaints
Orange County Register, Saturday, May 11th, 2002 • 600 Words
24% of Schools' English-Learners Test Fluent
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, May 1st, 2002 • 800 Words
English immersion gets good grades
Ventura County Star, Wednesday, May 1st, 2002, FRONT PAGE • 1,000 Words
Sharonism vs. Building a Wall by Ron Unz
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, April 28th, 2002 • 1,600 Words
Santa Ana residents aim for recall of Lopez
Orange County Register, Tuesday, March 26th, 2002 • 300 Words
Bilingual Education Sends Wrong Message by Hal Netkin
Los Angeles Daily News, Thursday, February 28th, 2002 • 800 Words
Will Riordan Run on "English"? by Ron Unz
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, December 23rd, 2001 • 900 Words
Gainful change
San Diego Union-Tribune, Sunday, November 25th, 2001 • 1,100 Words
Santa Ana No. 1 in Spanish
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, November 20th, 2001 • 700 Words
Appeals court backs right to sue teachers for not teaching in English
Contra Costa Times, Thursday, August 30th, 2001 • 400 Words
Maderans press for adult English program
Fresno Bee, Wednesday, June 20th, 2001 • 300 Words
Confirm Ichinaga
Sacramento Bee, Saturday, February 10th, 2001 • 500 Words
A Super Four Years
North County Times, Thursday, February 1st, 2001, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
U.S. settles Oceanside school-bias complaint
San Diego Union-Tribune, Thursday, January 25th, 2001 • 400 Words
This English Class Isn't Kid Stuff
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, November 1st, 2000 • 700 Words
Precedent-setting trial set for The City' disputed test policy
San Francisco Examiner, Monday, October 30th, 2000, FRONT PAGE • 1,600 Words
Tests can be a springboard for schools by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, October 5th, 2000 • 800 Words
Prop. 227 author criticizes investigation of O'side district
North County Times, Wednesday, October 4th, 2000 • 500 Words
Oceanside educators happy with latest test results
North County Times, Wednesday, August 16th, 2000, FRONT PAGE • 500 Words
O'side schools chief to head for White House
North County Times, Saturday, June 10th, 2000 • 300 Words
Children benefit when parents learn English by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Monday, May 22nd, 2000 • 800 Words
Bilingual students attaining fluency in record numbers
Los Angeles Daily News, Wednesday, May 17th, 2000, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
School excels after dropping bilingual education
Santa Cruz Sentinel, Wednesday, February 9th, 2000, FRONT PAGE • 1,900 Words
No celebration for success of Proposition 227 by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, December 30th, 1999 • 700 Words
English-only test scores up
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 26th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 1,600 Words
Emperor of Ignorance by Jill Stewart
New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, November 4th, 1999, COVER STORY • 6,300 Words
No avoiding Prop. 227 for schools
Oakland Tribune, Tuesday, September 28th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 500 Words
Who is Ron Unz?
Oakland Tribune, Sunday, July 25th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 2,600 Words
L.A. Schools Are Abusing Prop. 227, Report Says
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, July 1st, 1999 • 500 Words
Error May Have Skewed Statewide Test Results
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, June 30th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
State test scores jump in Oceanside
San Diego Union-Tribune, Wednesday, June 16th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
English for Parents
San Francisco Chronicle, Tuesday, May 4th, 1999 • 900 Words
Setting an Example
Orange County Register, Wednesday, April 28th, 1999 • 1,500 Words
Proposition 227 turns adults into tutors
San Diego Union-Tribune, Tuesday, February 16th, 1999 • 800 Words
GOP might do well to give Ron Unz's ideas a second look by Dan Weintraub
Orange County Register, Sunday, February 14th, 1999 • 600 Words
Latino Leadership Matures by Gregory Rodriguez
Los Angeles Times, Friday, February 5th, 1999 • 800 Words
English-Only Teaching Is a Surprise Hit
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, January 13th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words
Educational Nonsense and Vouchers by Ron Unz
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, January 3rd, 1999 • 1,700 Words
School districts far apart on Prop. 227
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, December 6th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,000 Words
Lawsuit challenges wording of Prop. 227 teacher liability
San Francisco Examiner, Friday, December 4th, 1998 • 500 Words
These kids eager to learn English
Orange County Register, Wednesday, November 25th, 1998 • 1,500 Words
Group presses plea to restore bilingual classes
San Diego Union-Tribune, Tuesday, November 24th, 1998 • 700 Words
L.A. Mummified by Jill Stewart
New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, November 5th, 1998, COVER STORY • 1,600 Words
Bilingual Classes Still Thriving in Wake of Prop. 227
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, October 22nd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,700 Words
Schools differ on Prop. 227
San Diego Union-Tribune, Monday, October 12th, 1998 • 1,200 Words
Prop. 227 Delays Reading Lessons in English in L.A.
Los Angeles Times, Friday, October 9th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
Ron Unz: Gilroy violates Prop. 227
San Jose Mercury News, Monday, September 21st, 1998 • 900 Words
Responses to Prop. 227 All Over the Map
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, September 2nd, 1998 • 900 Words
The Mystery of Model B by Robert A. Jones
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, August 16th, 1998 • 1,300 Words
State Board Gets Crash Course on Implementing Prop. 227
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, August 1st, 1998 • 900 Words
Proposition 227 Speaks the Language of Uncertainty
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, July 29th, 1998 • 900 Words
There are reasons to resist Proposition 227 by Nativo Lopez
Orange County Register, Sunday, June 21st, 1998 • 800 Words
State Vows Swift Implementation of Prop. 227
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, June 13th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
Suit to block measure is on shaky footing, legal analysts say
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, June 7th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
If schools flout Prop. 227, there will be a backlash by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, June 4th, 1998 • 900 Words
Bilingual education measure posts easy victory
Sacramento Bee, Wednesday, June 3rd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
Persistant questioning gets the right sound bite
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, May 31st, 1998 • 300 Words
Popularity Extends Past Racial Lines
Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 1,300 Words
Bilingual Ed Shortchanges Latino Kids by Alan Ebenstein
Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 29th, 1998 • 500 Words
Squeeze Play by Howard Blume and Ben Ehrenreich
LA Weekly, Thursday, May 28th, 1998, COVER STORY • 5,400 Words
KrashenBurn by Jill Stewart
New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, May 28th, 1998, COVER STORY • 5,600 Words
Wilson - The lame duck adds to his legacy by Peter Schrag
Sacramento Bee, Wednesday, May 27th, 1998 • 900 Words
The Evolution of Prop. 227
Fresno Bee, Sunday, May 24th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 3,300 Words
What is the real problem?
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, May 24th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 2,100 Words
Support Slips for Prop. 226, Not Prop. 227
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, May 23rd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words
Spanish-TV mogul funds Prop. 227 foes
Sacramento Bee, Friday, May 22nd, 1998 • 500 Words
Tycoon Gives $1.5 Million to Measure's Opponents
Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 22nd, 1998 • 600 Words
Riordan Plans Ads in Spanish Backing Measure
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, May 21st, 1998 • 900 Words
Latino vote is key to depth of 227's victory by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, May 14th, 1998 • 800 Words
The Racialization of L.A. Politics by Joel Kotkin
Los Angeles Downtown News, Monday, May 11th, 1998 • 1,200 Words
Success succeeds
San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, May 3rd, 1998 • 300 Words
White House to Announce Opposition to Prop. 227
Los Angeles Times, Monday, April 27th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
Proposition 227 divides educators, parents as children struggle to learn
Ventura County Star, Sunday, April 19th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 3,000 Words
Status quo is no go
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, April 19th, 1998 • 400 Words
Riordan Backs Move to End Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Friday, April 10th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
Unusual Crusade: Que Pasa Aqui?
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, April 5th, 1998 • 1,200 Words
Should Bilingual Ed Improve Students' Earning Prospects? by Mark Lopez
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, March 29th, 1998 • 700 Words
Debate Loud as Vote Nears on Bilingual Ban
Los Angeles Times, Monday, March 23rd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words
English Initiative's Spanish-Speaking Roots
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, March 22nd, 1998 • 1,900 Words
Bid to bar bilingual teaching keeps big lead
Sacramento Bee, Friday, March 20th, 1998 • 500 Words
Lungren ducks two hard ones by Dan Walters
Sacramento Bee, Thursday, March 19th, 1998 • 600 Words
Latinos divided on bilingual education
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, March 15th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
Opinions Vary on Studies That Back Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Monday, March 2nd, 1998 • 700 Words
Alpert-Firestone: Recipe for Chaos by Ron Unz
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, February 26th, 1998 • 600 Words
Voters Set to Dump Bilingual Education, Poll Shows
San Francisco Chronicle, Tuesday, February 10th, 1998 • 700 Words
Un Grito (a Call) to Battle
Los Angeles Times, Friday, February 6th, 1998 • 1,100 Words
Unz's bilingual measure assailed from right
Sacramento Bee, Sunday, February 1st, 1998 • 700 Words
Unz keeps focus on bilingual issue
Sacramento Bee, Monday, January 19th, 1998 • 1,400 Words
Law's expiration hasn't hampered enforcement
San Diego Union-Tribune, Monday, December 22nd, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
LAUSD plays at teaching
Los Angeles Daily News, Sunday, December 21st, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
English Lessons: The Bilingual Education Debate
San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, December 14th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 500 Words
Big Majorities in Poll Support Bilingual Limit
San Francisco Chronicle, Tuesday, December 9th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
An Opportunity for Latino Lawmakers to Take the Lead by Gregory Rodriguez
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, November 30th, 1997 • 1,100 Words
The storm over bilingual ed by Joanne Jacobs
San Jose Mercury News, Thursday, November 6th, 1997 • 1,500 Words
Bilingual education split not on strict ethnic lines
San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, November 2nd, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
Lobbying to Save L.A.'s Bilingual Program Draws Criticism
Los Angeles Daily News, Sunday, October 26th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
Bilingualism vs. Bilingual Education by Ron Unz
Los Angeles Times,, Sunday, October 19th, 1997 • 1,000 Words
Bilingual poll changes tenor by Dan Walters
Sacramento Bee, Thursday, October 16th, 1997 • 500 Words
Star Latino teacher joins bilingual foes
Sacremento Bee, Thursday, October 16th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
Bilingual Education Gets Little Support
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, October 15th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 2,200 Words
Bilingual initiative: Measure deserves full and fair portrayal in the media
Sacramento Bee, Friday, October 3rd, 1997 • 500 Words
Unlikely ally in English-only clash
San Mateo County Times, Wednesday, September 10th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
Cause Without Rebels by Gregory Rodriguez
LA Weekly, Friday, August 15th, 1997 • 1,300 Words
Bilingual Bunk by Jill Stewart
New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, July 24th, 1997 • 1,400 Words
Campaign Targets Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, July 9th, 1997 • 600 Words
A Bilingual-Education Initiative as a Prop. 187 in Disguise? by Ruben Navarrette Jr.
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, July 6th, 1997 • 900 Words
Senate: Fix English skills
Orange County Register, Friday, June 6th, 1997 • 500 Words
Students Assail Korean-English Study Program
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, May 29th, 1997 • 1,000 Words
A Voice For English by Ana Menendez
Orange County Register, Friday, May 23rd, 1997 • 3,400 Words
Trustee Won't Retract "Communist" Remark
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, May 16th, 1997 • 600 Words
Bridging The English Gap
San Francisco Examiner, Monday, May 12th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,900 Words
Orange District OKs Bilingual Education End
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, April 18th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
Bilingual Debate Intensifies
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, April 13th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 2,100 Words
In waiver schools, it's just English
Orange County Register, Saturday, April 12th, 1997 • 600 Words
All Sides Deserve Their Say On Bilingual Education Issue
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, March 30th, 1997 • 700 Words
Vote On Bilingual Education Draws Fire
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, March 21st, 1997 • 700 Words
Catholic school doesn't offer bilingual classes
Orange County Register, Thursday, March 6th, 1997 • 400 Words
English language of choice for district
Orange County Register, Thursday, February 20th, 1997 • 500 Words
Orange Unified District Decides To Phase Out Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, February 14th, 1997 • 500 Words
A single voice
Orange County Register, Sunday, January 26th, 1997 • 1,000 Words
Westminster's bilingual revamp a model for O.C. districts
Orange County Register, Sunday, January 26th, 1997, FRONT PAGE • 1,600 Words
Spanish Instruction May Be Phased Out
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, January 24th, 1997 • 600 Words
Bilingual Babel by Douglas Lasken
Los Angeles Magazine, Sunday, December 1st, 1996 • 800 Words
Tongue-tied students
Orange County Register, Monday, October 7th, 1996 • 700 Words
A Hard Lesson in Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, September 15th, 1996 • 1,300 Words
Little Wallets with Legs by Jill Stewart
New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, September 5th, 1996 • 1,700 Words
Plan for Bilingual Education Reform Advances
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, June 27th, 1996 • 600 Words
Survey: Bilingual-education standards not met
Orange County Registe, Sunday, May 26th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,600 Words
District seeking language waiver
Orange County Register, Wednesday, May 15th, 1996 • 300 Words
Bilingual Bonus Plan Proposed
Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 10th, 1996 • 800 Words
Should Bilingual Education Be Scrapped? Yes by Lenin Lopez
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, May 5th, 1996 • 700 Words
English, Por Favor
Orange County Register, Thursday, April 11th, 1996 • 1,500 Words
Battle Heats Up Over Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Monday, April 8th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 2,800 Words
A Bilingual Program That Threatens to be Self-Defeating by Ruben Navarrette Jr.
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, March 3rd, 1996 • 700 Words
English Skills Limited
Modesto Bee, Tuesday, February 27th, 1996 • 700 Words
Lessons of a School Boycott
Los Angeles Times, Monday, February 26th, 1996 • 300 Words
Bridging Language Gap
Orange County Register, Sunday, February 25th, 1996 • 2,300 Words
Ingles, Por Favor
Wall Street Journal, Friday, February 23rd, 1996 • 600 Words
Bilingual Education: Teaching it Faster and Smarter
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, February 18th, 1996 • 1,000 Words
Boycotting Latino Parents Gather Letters Urging All-English Teaching
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, February 17th, 1996 • 200 Words
80 Students Stay Out of School in Latino Boycott
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, February 14th, 1996 • 700 Words
Talking sense
Orange County Register, Tuesday, February 13th, 1996 • 500 Words
Parents, Students Protest Bilingual Education Program
City News Service, Tuesday, February 13th, 1996 • 400 Words
Latino Parents to Boycott School Bilingual Plan
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, February 13th, 1996 • 700 Words
Judgment day for bilingual education
Orange County Register, Thursday, February 8th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
Bilingual Students Post Gains in English
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, October 17th, 1995 • 1,500 Words
O.C. Schools Ahead of the Learning Curve
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, September 17th, 1995 • 1,800 Words
Reading, writing and Ripken by Rob Morse
San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, September 10th, 1995 • 1,000 Words
Dole Calls for Ending Most Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, September 5th, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
English Fluency Moves Up the Priority Ladder
Los Angeles Times, Monday, July 31st, 1995 • 1,700 Words
State Panel OKs Flexible Bilingual Education Policy
Los Angeles Times, Friday, July 14th, 1995 • 1,800 Words
Two More Reasons for Breaking Up L.A. School District by Douglas Lasken
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, June 18th, 1995 • 900 Words
Bilingual Education Rift Divides State Teachers Union
Los Angeles Times, Monday, June 5th, 1995 • 1,000 Words
Separate, Unequal and Yet Necessary?
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, June 1st, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 2,700 Words
Pressure Grows to Reform Bilingual Education in State
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, May 25th, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 2,300 Words
Bennett-Kew's English-Immersion Plan is Approved
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, May 11th, 1995 • 400 Words
Tuchman vs. bilingual education
Orange County Register, Thursday, May 4th, 1995 • 900 Words
Language Barrier Bilingual Education in Fresno Schools
Fresno Bee, Monday, March 20th, 1995, FRONT PAGE • 1,700 Words
Teaching English a frustrating lesson for district
Fresno Bee, Sunday, March 19th, 1995 • 2,100 Words
Beleagured Bilingual Educators Regroup
Los Angeles Times, Monday, February 6th, 1995 • 1,300 Words
Teachers Urged to be Defenders of Bilingualism
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, February 2nd, 1995 • 500 Words
Kids use "language as refuge'
San Francisco Examiner, Monday, December 19th, 1994, FRONT PAGE • 2,500 Words
Bilingual Education Groups Protest Changes
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, December 8th, 1994 • 600 Words
Teacher hopes to remain on Tustin board
Orange County Register, Thursday, June 23rd, 1994 • 500 Words
Tuchman hopes to remain on Tustin board
Orange County Register, Thursday, June 16th, 1994 • 400 Words
Class Language Shift Upsets Latinos
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, April 23rd, 1994 • 500 Words
New look in Hemet: classes not in English
Riverside Press Enterprise, Sunday, March 20th, 1994 • 1,200 Words
Bilingual students discover inequality
Fresno Bee, Sunday, February 20th, 1994 • 900 Words
Bill would allow parents class choice
Orange County Register, Friday, January 28th, 1994 • 300 Words
Parents Want Answers
Modesto Bee, Monday, September 20th, 1993, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
Why Bilingual Education Fails Our Young---In Plain English by John Campise
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, September 12th, 1993 • 800 Words
Area Lags in Hiring Bilingual Teachers
Los Angeles Times (Ventura County), Sunday, September 5th, 1993 • 3,000 Words
L.A. Schools' Bilingual Program Failing, State Says
Los Angeles Times, Friday, September 3rd, 1993 • 1,500 Words
Mexico Sending Books, Teachers to L.A. Schools
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Tuesday, August 3rd, 1993 • 1,000 Words
Panel Assails State's Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, July 10th, 1993 • 400 Words
75 more bilingual teachers needed in district, state says
Riverside Press Enterprise, Thursday, June 3rd, 1993 • 700 Words
It's All Spoken Here by Diane Seo
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, April 18th, 1993, COVER STORY • 3,200 Words
Competing Bills in Bilingual Education Dispute to be Weighed
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, April 14th, 1993 • 1,200 Words
Santa Ana cheats its Hispanic students by Rosemarie Avila
Orange County Register, Thursday, March 25th, 1993 • 1,000 Words
Boyle Heights: Students to Remain in Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, February 7th, 1993 • 300 Words
Bilingual educators wary of Sacramento
Orange County Register, Saturday, February 6th, 1993 • 400 Words
Bilingual Education---It's Time Has Passed
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, January 31st, 1993 • 1,300 Words
Bilingual Education Debate Heating Up
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Tuesday, January 19th, 1993 • 600 Words
Learning first in bilingual program
Riverside Press Enterprise, Sunday, December 6th, 1992 • 1,200 Words
5th-Grader's Mother Sues School District
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Wednesday, October 7th, 1992 • 800 Words
Parents, Students Want English-Only Classes Restored
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 4th, 1992 • 900 Words
How to Teach the Non-English Speaking---A Bilingual Debate
Los Angeles Times, Monday, September 21st, 1992 • 1,700 Words
Taft Teacher Keeps Battling Bilingual Bill
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Sunday, September 20th, 1992 • 2,900 Words
Racial Mix Defended For S.F. Bilingual Classes
San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, February 28th, 1992 • 400 Words
State to Check New Charge of Bias at Newhall School District
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, November 13th, 1991 • 700 Words
New Santa Ana trustee says it's time to go back to basics
Orange County Register, Thursday, November 7th, 1991 • 600 Words
Parents Lobby For Changes in Bilingual Program
Los Angeles Times (Ventura County), Monday, September 30th, 1991 • 1,800 Words
Bilingual Problem
San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, May 29th, 1991 • 200 Words
Honig Says Debate is Over and Bilingual Education Here to Stay
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Saturday, February 2nd, 1991 • 600 Words
L.A. May Remove Hurdle For Immigrant Teachers
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, August 7th, 1990 • 1,100 Words
Voice of Experience
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, January 28th, 1990 • 2,500 Words
Schools Are Frustrated By Bilingual Class Demands
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, November 21st, 1989, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
Education Dept. Shifts, Favors Bilingualism
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, August 26th, 1989, FRONT PAGE • 1,400 Words
Meeting State Rules
Los Angeles Times, Monday, July 17th, 1989, FRONT PAGE • 2,300 Words
Bilingual Teachers Hired Under Formula In Law That Lapsed in '87
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, July 9th, 1989 • 600 Words
A Lead Role In Bilingual Controversy
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, June 18th, 1989 • 2,100 Words
Some Latino Parents Prefer English, Shun Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times (Valley Edition), Sunday, June 18th, 1989 • 1,000 Words
Parents Face Off On Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, April 27th, 1989 • 600 Words
L.A. Parents Protest Teachers' Bid To Halt Bilingual Program
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, April 19th, 1989 • 500 Words
District requests bilingual-education waiver
Orange County Register, Monday, March 20th, 1989 • 900 Words
Bilingual Foes Force A Vote On Bonus Pay
Los Angeles Times, Friday, February 24th, 1989 • 800 Words
The language melting pot
Orange County Register, Monday, September 26th, 1988 • 500 Words
Bilingual education still exists
Orange County Register, Monday, August 1st, 1988 • 500 Words
Teachers From Afar
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, June 26th, 1988 • 1,100 Words
Bilingual educator has new challenge
Orange County Register, Friday, June 24th, 1988 • 500 Words
As immigrant students pour into district, programs try to get them into mainstream
Orange County Register, Thursday, May 26th, 1988 • 1,800 Words
Bilingual Plan Backed in Los Angeles
New York Times, Tuesday, May 10th, 1988 • 900 Words
New students raise concerns about bilingual education
Orange County Register, Thursday, March 31st, 1988 • 700 Words
New Plan Offered On Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Friday, March 18th, 1988 • 1,000 Words
Santa Ana increases English immersion classes
Orange County Register, Thursday, February 11th, 1988 • 700 Words
Revival Of State Law Sought
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, February 10th, 1988, FRONT PAGE • 5,800 Words
Teachers' Union in Los Angeles Votes For Changes in Bilingual Instruction
Washington Post, Thursday, August 13th, 1987 • 1,100 Words
Deukmejian Vetoes Bill To Revive Bilingual Program
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, July 25th, 1987 • 1,600 Words
Bilingual Education Bill OKd, Sent To Deukmejian
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, July 16th, 1987, FRONT PAGE • 900 Words
Since 'English-only' initiative passed, little has changed
Orange County Register, Sunday, July 12th, 1987 • 1,100 Words
Forked tongues
Orange County Register, Friday, June 26th, 1987 • 700 Words
State To Hear Orange Unified's Anti-Bilingual Bid
Los Angeles Times (Orange County), Friday, June 12th, 1987 • 300 Words
Assembly Passes Measure To Extend Bilingual Classes
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, April 23rd, 1987 • 1,100 Words
Bilingual Backers Exhorted To Protest
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, January 31st, 1987 • 900 Words
Sheltered English
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, January 13th, 1987, FRONT PAGE • 3,200 Words
Prop. 63 Backers Aim At Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Monday, November 24th, 1986 • 1,100 Words
Many Supporters Also Favor Bilingual Education, Ballots
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, October 25th, 1986 • 1,200 Words
Prop. 63 Roots Traced To Small Michigan City
Los Angeles Times, Monday, October 20th, 1986 • 2,600 Words
Norman Cousins Drops His Support Of Prop. 63
Los Angeles Times, Thursday, October 16th, 1986 • 1,200 Words
English-Only Proposition Kindles Minorities' Fears
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 12th, 1986, FRONT PAGE • 3,400 Words
Governor Favors Bilingual Education---With Changes
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 5th, 1986 • 600 Words
El Monte District Struggles To Find Bilingual Teachers
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 5th, 1986 • 1,600 Words
Governor's Bilingual Bill Veto Draws Fire
Los Angeles Times, Saturday, October 4th, 1986 • 900 Words
Deukmejian Vetoes Bill On Bilingual Education
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, October 1st, 1986, FRONT PAGE • 2,000 Words
Teaching in Two Tongues
PBS/National, Tuesday, August 26th, 1986 • 1,800 Words
Ramon Is Our Future, But What Is His? by Angie Papadakis
Los Angeles Times, Monday, August 25th, 1986 • 1,000 Words
Garvey Recruits 6 Teachers From Spain, Sight Unseen
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, August 17th, 1986 • 1,000 Words
English-Only Foes Get Some Legislative Help
Los Angeles Times, Friday, August 15th, 1986 • 900 Words
Board Favors New Bilingual Teaching Plan
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, July 1st, 1986 • 400 Words
Less English Urged In Bilingual Teaching
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, June 18th, 1986 • 800 Words
Bilingual Education Battle Heats Up In The Legislature
Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, June 11th, 1986 • 1,300 Words
Alternatives Offered For Teaching English To Immigrant Children
Los Angeles Times, Monday, March 17th, 1986 • 2,000 Words
School Would Teach All Students Spanish, Then Phase In English
Los Angeles Times, Sunday, February 2nd, 1986 • 800 Words
Appointee Has Dim View Of Bilingual Idea
Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, July 16th, 1985 • 800 Words
Bilingual Education's Dilemmas Persist
Washington Post, Sunday, July 7th, 1985, FRONT PAGE • 3,100 Words
The Suit That Started It All
Washington Post, Sunday, July 7th, 1985 • 700 Words