ERIC Number: ED384242
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-May
Directory of Two-Way Bilingual Programs in the United States. Revised.
Christian, Donna; Whitcher, Anna
This is an updated and revised edition of the directory produced in 1992, and the supplements of 1993 and 1994, on two-way bilingual programs that integrate language minority and language majority students, providing instruction in and through the two languages in Grades pre-K-12. Languages involved include Arabic, Cantonese, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Navajo, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Each program listed in the previous issues was asked for updated information, and information on 20 new programs was solicited. Information is given by State; brief summary information is listed by district and school. Each listing includes program name; bibliographic information, with telephone numbers; grade levels served; target language used; student selection criteria; recruitment procedures; program materials used, size, and objectives; ethnic statistics; and funding sources. Each listing also includes instructional design and program staffing information, a program evaluation, and community support and viewpoint. The instructional design section offers detailed information on how languages are used in the classes by subject, instructional grouping, program staffing, and computer usage. The evaluation lists components, procedures, and evaluation instruments used. Community support and viewpoint includes parent involvement, community and School Board response to program, advice for starting a program, and the most important feature in the program. (Contains four references.) (NAV)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Directories/Catalogs
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning, Santa Cruz, CA.
Note: For 1991-92 directory, see ED 343 444; for the 1992-93 supplement, see ED 353 833; and for the 1993-94 supplement, see ED 369 265.