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    Thinking About Bilingual Education

    A Critical Appraisal

    Ricardo Otheguy
    In analyzing the controversy surrounding bilingual education, Ricardo Otheguy examines arguments which have been offered against using the home language of bilingual children in the schools. He contends that these arguments rest on a misunderstanding of the impact of government policies, race, and ethnicity on educational questions. Rather than suggest resolutions to the controversy, this essay explores the complexities of the issues.

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    Fall 1982 Issue

    Abstracts

    Functional Literacy
    Fond Illusions and False Economies
    Kenneth Levine
    Yeshiva Shock Waves
    David Kuechle
    Peasant Consciousness Under Peruvian Military Rule
    Erwin H. Epstein
    Thinking About Bilingual Education
    A Critical Appraisal
    Ricardo Otheguy
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