Research bilingualism in education and politics in the United States. Find 4 to 6 credible Web sites or articles that support, oppose, or simply present information about bilingualism in education or politics. Most sources will focus exclusively on either topic of education or politics, so try to find at least two sources per topic.
Write one paragraph about each source, summarizing the main points presented.
Provide APA reference citations.
Submit all of your summaries
First of all, as you explore bilingual education, this article supports it. It is located at http://www.rethinkingschools.org/special_reports/bilingual/Bili172.shtml
The article insists that bilingual education must be implemented since it is not just an educational issue but a basic civil and human right for all students in America. The article further cites how "The current attack on bilingual education denies children a basic human and civil right - the right to learn in their native language. Article 29 of the Convention on the Rights of a Child adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1989 (and ratified by all nations except the United States and Somalia) states that "the education of the child ...
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