ENGLISH PLUS POLICY.PART I

ENGLISH PLUS POLICY.PART I - bilingual education. SECOND...

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ENGLISH PLUS POLICY WHAT WOULD IT LOOK LIKE
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FIRST English Plus would increase  investments in language education.   It would strengthen programs that  teach English, especially adult  classes in ESL which are now in  short supply in many areas.  
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FIRST, CONTD. At the elementary and secondary  level, it would stress pedagogy that   conserve minority language skills  while children learn English, such as  developmental and "two-way" 
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Unformatted text preview: bilingual education. SECOND English Plus would take a more systematic approach to providing essential services, due process, and access to government for those whose English remains limited THIRD English Plus would guarantee language rights: both freedom from language-based discrimination and freedom to speak, learn, and maintain the language of one's choice....
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