Colorado Media
  1. Focus on Hispanic students paying off in Denver schools
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Sunday, December 17th, 1995 • 400 Words
  2. Sharing the same language
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Sunday, December 10th, 1995 • 600 Words
  3. Vitriol poisons political debate by Roger E. Hernandez
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Saturday, November 18th, 1995 • 600 Words
  4. English-only crusade fails to take notice of the obvious by Diane Carman
    Denver Post, Saturday, November 4th, 1995 • 700 Words
  5. Force feeding English-only would be hard to swallow by Ed Stein
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Thursday, November 2nd, 1995 • 800 Words
  6. One nation, one language? by Mercedes Lynn De Uriarte
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Sunday, October 15th, 1995 • 700 Words
  7. Brighton elementary to teach all kids Spanish and English
    Denver Post, Wednesday, October 11th, 1995 • 700 Words
  8. Educator to leave bilingual legacy
    Denver Post, Sunday, September 17th, 1995 • 1,100 Words
  9. Dole runs for the school board by Joanne Jacobs
    Denver Post, Saturday, September 16th, 1995 • 500 Words
  10. English Only
    Denver Post, Sunday, September 10th, 1995 • 1,200 Words
  11. Glue of language holding strong
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Friday, September 8th, 1995 • 700 Words
  12. Educating Rita by Arthur Hodges
    Denver Westword, Wednesday, June 7th, 1995 • 2,300 Words
  13. Lefkowits edges White in school vote
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Wednesday, May 3rd, 1995 • 500 Words
  14. Golden think tank
    Denver Post, Sunday, April 2nd, 1995 • 200 Words
  15. Three vie for school board seat
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Monday, February 20th, 1995 • 500 Words
  16. Latino Education Coalition not representative of Hispanic community by Joseph C'de Baca
    Denver Post, Tuesday, January 31st, 1995 • 800 Words
  17. DPS launches bilingual programs for gifted
    Denver Rocky Mountain News, Monday, January 2nd, 1995 • 400 Words