Bilingualism Revisited

As this CSM article describes, "increased attention to immigration on Capitol Hill, including an amendment in the recent Senate bill that would declare English the national language, is again putting focus a growing immigrant population." (Bilingualism issue rises again).

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Blogger NYC Educator said...

Xenophobic troglodytes is what they are. We've been more successful than any civilization in history in getting people to acquire our language.

If John Adams could get by wiothout it, so can we. Look at France, with its Academy, and years of abysmal failure promoting its language.

Our policy of benign neglect works. On the other hand, our policy of giving obscene tax cuts to the citizens who need them least is something worth looking at.

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