California Proposition 227: English Language In Public Schools

72 Words1 Page
In 1998, the growing resentment of the immigrants led to the approval of California Proposition 227, known as English Language in Public Schools Statue. Proposition 227 gave Californians the opportunities to choose whether students should or should not be taught primarily in English in public schools. When the Proposition 227 was approved, it was supported by the idea that it would be the “best way to integrate the state’s booming immigrant population

More about California Proposition 227: English Language In Public Schools

Open Document