Editors' Introduction: Heritage Language Instruction in the United States: A Time for Renewal

@article{Wiley2000EditorsIH,
  title={Editors' Introduction: Heritage Language Instruction in the United States: A Time for Renewal},
  author={Terrence G. Wiley and Guadalupe Vald{\'e}s},
  journal={Bilingual Research Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={iii - vii}
}
Heritage language learning has a long tradition in the United States and its antecedent colonial history. Heritage language learning may be seen as part of a larger custom, what Kloss (1998; see Ivonne Heinze's review in this volume) called the American bilingual tradition, a minority tradition set against the backdrop of a more powerful tradition of domination by English monolingualism. The "heritage language" label has been used in reference to both immigrant languages and indigenous… Expand

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