Survey: Colorado Voters Support Bilingual Education Limits

02/25/2002 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

A survey of 541 Colorado voters finds that 68% favor a ballot initiative to limit bilingual education, while 26% percent of voters are against it. The proposal calls for non-English-speaking students to join general classes after a year of intensive English instruction. Parents could opt out of the requirement and request bilingual education for their children.

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