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  1. Feeling Right at Home
    Dallas Morning News, Thursday, October 10th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  2. Demand for bilingual education mounting
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Friday, October 4th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words
  3. Bilingual Parents Dismayed By English's Pull on Children
    New York Times, Saturday, August 31st, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 2,100 Words
  4. Paolino remarks upset Latinos
    Providence Journal-Bulletin, Wednesday, August 7th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
  5. State rejects Quincy language plan
    Quincy Patriot Ledger, Tuesday, August 6th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 700 Words
  6. 'Horrendous' language problem
    Houston Chronicle, Sunday, June 30th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  7. Language plan gets nod from parents
    Quincy Patriot Ledger, Tuesday, June 18th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 600 Words
  8. Schools, Hispanic leaders at odds on bilingualism
    Dallas Morning News, Sunday, June 9th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,200 Words
  9. Paolino makes run for House
    Providence Journal-Bulletin, Friday, June 7th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,000 Words
  10. Survey: Bilingual-education standards not met
    Orange County Registe, Sunday, May 26th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,600 Words
  11. US Immigrants Join Rebellion to Topple Bilingual Education
    Christian Science Monitor, Thursday, May 23rd, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,000 Words
  12. Say hola to a new way to go bilingual
    Orange County Register, Monday, May 6th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 2,300 Words
  13. Battle Heats Up Over Bilingual Education
    Los Angeles Times, Monday, April 8th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 2,800 Words
  14. National Standards Offered to Guide English Teachers
    Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, March 12th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,500 Words
  15. Judgment day for bilingual education
    Orange County Register, Thursday, February 8th, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,300 Words
  16. Learning in two languages, Aprendiendo en dos idiomas
    Austin American-Statesman, Thursday, February 1st, 1996, FRONT PAGE • 1,100 Words