Why this bilingual education ban should have repealed long ago

This article examines the ban on bilingual education in California that took place in the late nineties; examining the history of the millions of Spanish-speaking immigrants and the impact that this ban had on their education. Looking at the population of Latinos in California and other states to demonstrate the percentage of students in these states. The latter part of the article addresses several stereotypes surrounding the abilities of an English learner from a Spanish background.

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