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Educational Enlightenment Out of Texas

by Francesco Cordasco - 1970

Bilingual educational activities may be designed to impart to students a knowledge of the history and culture related to their languages; establish closer cooperation between the school and the home; and provide preschool and adult educational programs related to bilingual education.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 71 Number 4, 1970, p. 608-612
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1744, Date Accessed: 6/12/2021 2:25:32 PM

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  • Francesco Cordasco
    Montclair State University
    Processor Cordasco, educational sociologist and author of many works on the minority child, is an educational consultant to the Migration Division of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Very knowledgeable about and much concerned with the plight of the Spanish-speaking child, he has given testimony on Senate Bill 428 and H.R. 9840. These are the bills which sought to amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and allocate funds to provide special programs for Spanish-speaking children. He credits Texas for this because the "sleeper" amendment was introduced by Senator Yarborough, understandably interested in the problems of his Mexican-American constituents.
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