Study gives bilingual education high marks

02/4/2004 | Education Week

A review of 30 years of bilingual education studies by the Success for All Foundation found that bilingual approaches are more effective than English-only instruction when teaching English to students with limited English skills. The study recommends schools use a combination of native-language instruction and English instruction.

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