Texas Wesleyan Law Review
A Good Lesson for Texas: Learning How to Adequately Assist Languageminorities Learn English
This Comment argues that Texas should restructure current programs or adopt an entirely different linguistic program to better address the needs of limited English proficiency students. Bilingual education programs that have been proven to be ineffective in Texas and other states should not be allowed to continue to fail languageminority students. However, the best solution might not be to adopt an English-immersion program; rather, Texas should begin to structure a program that truly focuses, addresses, and remedies the needs of language-minority students.
A Good Lesson for Texas: Learning How to Adequately Assist Languageminorities Learn English,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V13.I1.4