Media Archives
  1. Lau and Order
    Time Magazine, Monday, February 16th, 1981 • 300 Words
  2. A Texas-size problem
    London Economist, Saturday, February 14th, 1981 • 400 Words
  3. Bilingual education
    London Economist, Saturday, February 14th, 1981 • 400 Words
  4. Some Area Educators Fearful for Future of Bilingual Programs
    Washington Post, Sunday, February 8th, 1981 • 700 Words
  5. Bell Says No to Bilingual Rules
    New York Times, Sunday, February 8th, 1981 • 300 Words
  6. Bilingual Education Lives
    Washington Post, Saturday, February 7th, 1981 • 900 Words
  7. Bell strikes down bilingual regulations
    National Journal, Saturday, February 7th, 1981 • 500 Words
  8. Goodbye to the Bilingual Regs
    Washington Post, Wednesday, February 4th, 1981 • 500 Words
  9. Bilingual Education, and Federal Duty
    New York Times, Wednesday, February 4th, 1981 • 400 Words
  10. Schools' program options widen without bilingual rule
    Christian Science Monitor, Wednesday, February 4th, 1981 • 600 Words
  11. Signal on bilingualism
    Christian Science Monitor, Wednesday, February 4th, 1981 • 700 Words
  12. Administration Scraps Bilingual Education Rules
    Washington Post, Tuesday, February 3rd, 1981, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
  13. U.S. Education Chief Bars Bilingual Plan For Public Schools
    New York Times, Tuesday, February 3rd, 1981, FRONT PAGE • 800 Words
  14. Bilingual-class ruling scrapped
    Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, February 3rd, 1981 • 200 Words
  15. Hispanic Leader Sees Problems With Dropping Bilingual Education Order
    Associated Press, Tuesday, February 3rd, 1981 • 600 Words
  16. Sides Differ On Federal Ruling For Texas Bilingual Education
    Associated Press, Tuesday, February 3rd, 1981 • 400 Words
  17. Reagan Administration Scraps Bilingual Education Rules
    Associated Press, Monday, February 2nd, 1981 • 900 Words