New Mexico Media
Schools, Immigrant Students Learn the Hard Way
Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, June 24th, 2001 • 2,800 Words
Setting a course for bilingual education in the Santa Fe schools
Santa Fe New Mexican, Sunday, April 1st, 2001, FRONT PAGE • 2,400 Words
Bilingual Education Advocates Join in Efforts Against Chavez
Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday, January 9th, 2001 • 600 Words
Legal Billing Seems At Odds With Intent
Albuquerque Journal, Saturday, October 23rd, 1999 • 300 Words
Anti-bilingual lawsuit having opposite effect
Albuquerque Tribune, Thursday, July 1st, 1999 • 400 Words
Bilingual Education Has Partial Victory
Albuquerque Journal, Wednesday, May 19th, 1999, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
APS Spurns Bilingual Settlement
Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday, February 16th, 1999 • 500 Words
Bilingual Ed Views Divided
Albuquerque Journal, Wednesday, September 23rd, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
Passions run high over English-only classes
Albuquerque Tribune, Friday, August 28th, 1998 • 700 Words
Bilingual Ed Backers Try To Join Suit
Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday, July 14th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
Two Schools of Thought
Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, June 14th, 1998, FRONT PAGE • 2,600 Words
Bilingual education in New Mexico
Albuquerque Tribune, Saturday, June 6th, 1998 • 400 Words
Bilingual Education Comes Under Scrutiny
Albuquerque Journal, Wednesday, March 11th, 1998 • 600 Words
Bilingual Bias Alleged
Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday, March 10th, 1998 • 700 Words
It's Working Here
Albuquerque Tribune, Saturday, December 2nd, 1995 • 2,000 Words
Domenici on the Spot Over Bilingualism
Santa Fe New Mexican, Thursday, September 7th, 1995 • 500 Words
N.M. Brass Raps Domenici Support of Dole
Albuquerque Tribune, Wednesday, September 6th, 1995 • 800 Words
Feds May Reform Bilingual Ed
Albuquerque Journal, Thursday, June 29th, 1995 • 1,200 Words