Patricia Gandara

UCLA

Guest

Research Professor of Education at the University of California, Los Angeles and co-director of its Civil Rights Project

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It’s been more than 60 years since Brown v. Board of Education, and research shows that children of all races learn better in integrated schools.

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In 1998, California voters passed  Proposition 227 , to require public-school instruction in English only. Prop 227 passed by 60%, ended bilingual education in California.

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In 1998, California voters passed Proposition 227 , to require public-school instruction in English only. Prop 227 passed by 60%, ended bilingual education in California.

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