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Title Bilingualism for all? : raciolinguistic perspectives on dual language education in the United States / edited by Nelson Flores, Amelia Tseng and Nicholas Subtirelu
Published Bristol ; Blue Ridge Summit : Multilingual Matters, [2021]


Description 1 online resource (xii, 281 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Bilingual education & bilingualism ; 125
Bilingual education and bilingualism ; 125.
Contents Bilingualism for all or just for the rich and white? : introducing a raciolinguistic perspective to dual language education / Nelson Flores, Amelia Tseng and Nicholas Subtirelu -- The intersectionality of neoliberal classing with raciolinguistic marginalization in state dual language policy : a call for locally crafted programs / M. Garrett Delavan, Juan A. Freire and Verónica E. Valdez -- Common threads : language policy, nation, whiteness, and privilege in Iowa's first dual language program / Crissa Stephens -- Dual language and the erasure of emergent bilinguals labeled as disabled (EBLADs) / María Cioè-Peña -- Dueling discourses in dual language education : multilingual "success for all" versus the academic "decline" of black students / Lisa M. Dorner, Jeong-Mi Moon, Edwin Nii Bonney and Alexandria Otis -- Centering raciolinguistic ideologies in two-way dual language education : the politicized role of parents in mediating their children's bilingualism / Sera J. Hernandez -- "American" PTA and "Latino" ELAC? : segregated parent organizations in dual immersion / Jazmín A. Muro -- Hebrew dual language bilingual education : the intersection of race, language, and religion / Sharon Avni and Kate Menken -- Raciolinguistic positioning of language models in a Korean-English dual language immersion classroom / Jin Sook Lee, Wona Lee and Hala Sun -- The black and brown search for agency : African American and Latinx children's plight to bilingualism in a two-way dual language program / Claudia G. Cervantes-Soon, Enrique David Degollado and Idalia Nuñez -- Who gets to count as emerging bilingual? : adopting a holistic writing rubric for all / Margarita Gómez and Kristina Collins -- One white student's journey through six years of elementary schooling : uncovering whiteness and privilege in two-way bilingual education / Suzanne García-Mateus, Kimberly A. Strong, Deborah K. Palmer and Dan Heiman -- Bilingualism for all? : revisiting the question / Nelson Flores, Nicholas Subtirelu and Amelia Tseng -- What is the magic sauce? / Guadalupe Valdés
Summary "This book adopts a raciolinguistic perspective to examine the ways in which dual language education programs in the US often reinforce the racial inequities that they purport to challenge. The chapters adopt a range of methodologies, disciplines and language foci to challenge mainstream and scholarly discourses on dual language education"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from resource home page (ProQuest Ebook Central, viewed February 25, 2021)
Subject Education, Bilingual -- United States
Educational equalization -- United States
Minorities -- Education -- United States
Bilingualism -- United States
Education, Bilingual
Educational equalization
Minorities -- Education
United States
Form Electronic book
Author Flores, Nelson, 1981- editor.
Tseng, Amelia, 1979- editor.
Subtirelu, Nicholas, 1986- editor.
LC no. 2020028246
ISBN 9781800410077