ETH125 - Racial and Ethnic Groups

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Racial and Ethnic Groups Racial and Ethnic Groups By Ronie Carper Axia College 1
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Racial and Ethnic Groups In the article on the website Rethinking Schools , it states that all immigrants have the right to learn English. It is a Human and Civil Right. There are some states, California (1998), Arizona (2000) and Massachusetts has voted to ban bilingual education. The current attack on bilingual education denies children a basic human and civil right – the right to learn in their native language. (Winter, 2002/2003) In the article Twisted Tongues: The Failure of Bilingual Education , it stated for a decade U. S. schools had seen a growing number of Cuban refugee children in Florida; Mexican immigrant children in the border states; and the children of Puerto Rican migrants in the New York and New England areas. These children were often neglected, given no special help, and sometimes put in classes for the mentally retarded. Bilingual education is a special effort intended to help immigrant children learn the
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course ETH eth125 taught by Professor Bruce during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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