Schools’ English-only mandate set to resurface

(Calif.) A much-anticipated bill aimed at repealing the state’s controversial ban on most bilingual education in K-12 schools faces its first legislative test next week, as supporters seek to reshape the debate from one that generates ethnic divide to a question of global competitiveness.


New study demystifies learning styles

Over one decade into the 21st century, more than a century and a half since the birth of Pavlov, a group of theorists has constructed a cognitive framework that is both well-founded and useable.


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