Colorado amendment to end bilingual education irks some experts

10/7/2002 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

If approved by voters, Colorado's Amendment 31 would require non-English speakers to enroll in one year of intense English instruction, after which they would be moved to mainstream classes. Some experts say it's foolish to assume all students would respond well to an immersion program, adding that the timetable for the implementing the changes is too short.

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