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Implementing Educational Language Policy in Arizona Legal, Historical and Current Practices in SEI This book brings together scholars, researchers, and educators to present a critical examination of Arizona’s restrictive language policies as they influence teacher preparation and practice. The Structured English Immersion model prescribes the complete segregation of English learners for 4 hours a day from English speakers and academic content for a minimum of one year. “Evidence of the harmful effects of Arizona’s instructional policy for English learners has mounted. This one volume, edited by Arias and Faltis, two of the nation’s leading experts in the field, provides solid evidence carefully linked to theory, and compelling arguments for why the policy is blatantly discriminatory. It also provides important guidance for policymakers and the courts as they evaluate the legal basis for Arizona’s misbegotten language instructional policy. Read it and be empowered to act!” Patricia Gandara, University of California, Los Angeles, USA “This thorough and passionate book offers a critical analysis of Proposition 203, Arizona’s law seeking to eliminate bilingual education, and documents the grave impact it has had. Policymakers and voters as well as anyone concerned about the education of bilingual students should be required to read this book to understand the negative effects of restrictive language policies, and specifically the mandatory “Structured English Immersion” model now being widely implemented.” Kate Menken, Queens College & Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA M. Beatriz Arias is an Associate Professor of English Education in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University. Christian Faltis is the Dolly and David Fiddyment Chair in Teacher Education and Professor of Language, Literacy and Culture in the School of Education at University of California, Davis. You can buy this title for just $19.97 (50% discount) with this order form until 30th June 2012 Postage Rates: $8.00 per book, $2.00 additional titles. Customers in New York State and in Canada will also be charged the appropriate sales tax. Please send me a copy of this book. I enclose payment of/please charge my credit card $.................... Master/Visa/AmEx No.

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