The South Media
English Instruction Helps Kids
Oklahoman, Saturday, September 2nd, 2000 • 200 Words
Mixed results from the nation's schools
Chattanooga Times and Free Press, Friday, September 1st, 2000 • 400 Words
Help immigrants learn English faster
Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Tuesday, August 22nd, 2000 • 400 Words
La mayoria de los Oklahomeros no pueden leer esto
Tulsa World, Monday, April 26th, 1999 • 1,300 Words
Teaching Children In Chinese!
Chattanooga Free Press, Sunday, December 27th, 1998 • 400 Words
Hispanics must be taught English, not more Spanish
Durham Herald-Sun, Monday, August 10th, 1998 • 200 Words
Hispanic students to build on skills
Durham Herald-Sun, Wednesday, August 5th, 1998 • 700 Words
Bedtime For "Bilingual" Education?
Roanoke Times & World News, Wednesday, June 24th, 1998 • 400 Words
South Carolina schools scramble to find ESL teachers
Knight Ridder, Monday, June 22nd, 1998 • 1,500 Words
Friends Like These
Richmond Times Dispatch, Friday, June 12th, 1998 • 300 Words
California's bold move
Durham Herald-Sun, Friday, June 5th, 1998 • 200 Words
Opportunity Through English
Chattanooga Free Press, Wednesday, June 3rd, 1998 • 300 Words
Is Bilingual Education Headed For Oblivion?
Greensboro News & Record, Saturday, May 23rd, 1998 • 500 Words
Bilingual Ed Collapsing
Augusta Chronicle, Monday, March 23rd, 1998 • 400 Words
Today's Oxymoron: Bilingual Education by Paul Greenberg
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Wednesday, October 4th, 1995 • 900 Words
English First is the Right Policy
Greensboro News & Record, Tuesday, January 11th, 1994 • 200 Words
Teaching kids to be Americans by Richard Reeves
Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Wednesday, January 13th, 1993 • 600 Words