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ERIC Number: ED017385
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Nov-10
Pages: 5
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BILINGUAL EDUCATION IN ARIZONA. REPORT 3, BILINGUAL PROGRAMS IN THE SOUTHWEST.
MAYNES, J.O., JR.
MANY ARIZONA PEOPLE WHO HAVE SPANISH SURNAMES ARE CONFRONTED WITH BOTH LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL PROBLEMS. TO COPE WITH THIS SITUATION, TEACHERS NEED TRAINING TO UNDERSTAND THE FAMILY STRUCTURE AND WAY OF LIFE OF THESE PEOPLE. MANY SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND ORGANIZATIONS IN ARIZONA ARE DEVELOPING BILINGUAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES TO HELP THOSE OF INDIAN, SPANISH, AND MEXICAN EXTRACTION WHO ARE IN NEED. SOME OF THOSE PROGRAMS ARE--(1) PROGRAMS FOR THE EDUCATIONALLY AND CULTURALLY DEPRIVED, (2) ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PROGRAMS IN LANGUAGE ARTS, (3) PROJECTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION, (4) PROJECTS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE, (5) CULTURAL ENRICHMENT PROJECTS, (6) PROGRAMS TO DEVELOP CURRICULUM MATERIALS CENTERS, AND (7) HEALTH PROJECTS. SOME OF THESE PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNED TO MEET THE SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL MIGRANT AND INDIAN YOUNGSTERS. THIS REPORT WAS DELIVERED AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHWEST COUNCIL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS, EL PASO, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 10-11, 1967. (ES)
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