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Letter: Bilingual Education Should Be Available to All Children

A reader argues that a more desirable workforce—and a more equitable society—hangs in the balance.
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The Intrusion of White Families Into Bilingual Schools

In December, Conor Williams asked whether the growing demand for multilingual early-childhood programs might push out the students these programs were designed to serve.

Conor Williams’s insightful piece on dual-language learning, “The Intrusion of over the last decade, for example, were thrown at bilingual education, we could make multilingualism an integral part of our education system and correct most of the current inequities.

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