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Russakoff, Dale – Foundation for Child Development, 2011
In 1974, the United States Supreme Court ruled in "Lau v. Nichols" that 1,800 Chinese-speaking children in the San Francisco public schools were entitled to English-language instruction or other support to help them understand what was happening in their classrooms. Thirty-six years later, state and local responsibilities to public…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Achievement Gap, English (Second Language), Speech Communication