1 edition of The many voices of bilingual students in Massachusetts found in the catalog.
The many voices of bilingual students in Massachusetts
|Statement||by Maria Estela Brisk in collaboration with Judy Casulli ... [et al.] ; developed by Bureau of Equity and Language Services|
|Series||BELS publication series -- 1991.|
|Contributions||Casulli, Judy, Massachusetts. Bureau of Equity and Language Services, Massachusetts. Dept. of Education|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||53 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||53|
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The many voices of bilingual students in Massachusetts (BELS publication series)Author: Maria Brisk. The stories of 12 bilingual children in Massachusetts public schools, aged and born in 9 different countries, are presented.
The case studies were compiled through classroom observation and interviews with the children, their teachers, and their parents, and were conducted both in the child's native language and in English. The purpose was to understand bilingual children : Maria Estella Brisk.
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Massachusetts passed the first state legislation mandating bilingual education inthe Transitional Bilingual Education Bill (TBE). This publication. The Many Voices of Education for Bilingual Students in Massachusetts.
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