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The Bilingual Education Act: Language Minority Students and Equal Educational Opportunity.
Abstract This paper traces the Bilingual Education Act (BEA) from its inception in 1968 through its most recent reauthorization in 1994 as the primary federal legislative effort to provide equal
The Bilingual Education Act: Language Minority Students and US Federal Educational Policy
This paper traces the United States Bilingual Education Act (BEA) from its inception in 1968 through its most recent reauthorisation in 1994 as the primary federal legislative effort to provide equal
Bilingualism and Biliteracy for All? Unpacking Two-Way Immersion at Second Grade
This study unpacks the inherent tension that arises when any school adopts a particular model for reform – how to mesh a model with the reality of daily life in the classroom. In the field of
Rethinking Postmodern Narrativity: Narrative Construction and Identity Formation in Don DeLillo's White Noise
With This essay explores how Don DeLillo's White Noise foregrounds the often unnoticed impact of narrative on identity formation, an aspect of the text that makes it particularly suited for teaching
Telling What Is True: Truthiness and Fictional Truths in Hybrid (Non)Fiction
In this essay, I propose that there is a logic behind the concept of truthiness that has permeated our categorizations of fiction and nonfiction, one that can shed light on the reception of truth
An Examination of Literature and the Canon
The pedagogical usage of canons wouldn’t seem to be problematic or paradoxical, except in the context of a canon systematizing and categorizing a movement and set of texts that deliberately and
Narrative Truthiness
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