Political Underpinnings Imagine that you are attending a community meeting in which a policy to meet bilingual education is under discussion

Political Underpinnings Imagine that you are attending a community meeting in which a policy to meet bilingual education is under discussion

Political Underpinnings Imagine that you are attending a community meeting in which a policy to meet bilingual education is under discussion. Adopt the role of parent, teacher, administrator, or politician, and take a position about how this change should (or should not) occur. Support your position with three reasons. Determine the biggest opposition to the proposed school transformation in this community and then provide one recommendation of how it can be overcome.

Readings Chapter 13 Appendix A

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