Calif. bilingual education bill heads to the governor

08/28/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California lawmakers have passed a proposed ballot measure that would ask voters in 2016 to repeal parts of a 1998 law that mandated English only instruction in the state's public schools. The proposal would expand multilingual education in schools and parents' options for language instruction for their children. The measure is now before Gov. Jerry Brown for consideration.

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