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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 9 Issues, 48 Articles
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      Issues of 1993 = 1 Issue, 4 Articles
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        Fall 1993 Issue = 4 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 1-6
        2. Second Language Teaching by Robert E. Rossier, Ph.D., pp. 7-32
        3. Bilingual Education by Steven F. Wilson, pp. 33-68
        4. About The Authors, pp. 69-70
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      Issues of 1995 = 2 Issues, 10 Articles
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        Spring 1995 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 1-8
        2. A Review Of The U.S. General Accounting Office Study On Limited English Students by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 9-26
        3. A Critique Of California's Evaluation Of Programs For Students Of Limited-English Profi... by Robert E. Rossier, Ph.D., pp. 27-54
        4. Toward An Understanding Of Effective Instructional Practices For Language Minority Stud... by Russell Gersten, Ph.D and Thomas J. Keating, Ph.D., ..., pp. 55-82
        5. About The Authors, pp. 83-84
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        Fall 1995 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 1-6
        2. Findings Of The New York City Longitudinal Study by Barbara Mujica, Ph.D., pp. 7-36
        3. The Cost Of Bilingual Education In The U.S. by Marsha Youngblood, M.A., pp. 37-52
        4. The Bethlehem, Pa, English Acquisition Program by Judith Simons-Turner, Ed.D. and Mark J. Connelly, S.J., ..., pp. 53-121
        5. About The Authors, pp. 122-123
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      Issues of 1996 = 2 Issues, 8 Articles
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        Spring 1996 Issue = 4 Articles
        1. Introduction by Russell Gersten, Ph.D., pp. 1-4
        2. On The State Of Bilingual Education 1990-95 by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 5-62
        3. The Bilingual And Compensatory Education Program Of The Dearborn Schools, Michigan by Shereen Arraf, Ph.D., pp. 63-95
        4. About The Authors, p. 96
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        Fall 1996 Issue = 4 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 1-4
        2. The Languages Of The United States by Barry R. Chiswick and Paul W. Miller, pp. 5-42
        3. Getting It Right by Scott K. Baker, pp. 43-77
        4. About The Authors, pp. 78-81
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      Issues of 1997 = 2 Issues, 12 Articles
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        Spring 1997 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, pp. 1-6
        2. The Importance Of Learning English by Michael La Velle, pp. 7-16
        3. The Languages Of Immigrants by Charles L. Glenn, pp. 17-58
        4. Follow-Up Study On The Bethlehem, Pa, School District'S English Acquisition Program by Ann Goldberg, pp. 59-94
        5. The Cost Of Bilingual Education by Terry Graham, pp. 95-102
        6. About The Authors, pp. 103-109
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        Fall 1997 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 1-5
        2. LEP Students In Secondary Schools by Kevin Clark, pp. 6-17
        3. Irreconcilable Differences by Barbara Mujica, Ph.D., pp. 18-38
        4. How Immigrants Fare In U.S. Education by Georges Vernez, Allan Abrahamse, and Denise Quigley, ..., pp. 39-65
        5. What Does The National Research Council Study Tell Us About Educating Language Minority... by Charles L. Glenn, pp. 66-95
        6. About The Authors, pp. 96-99
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      Issues of 1998 = 2 Issues, 14 Articles
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        Spring 1998 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, pp. 1-3
        2. El Paso Programs For English Language Learners by Russell Gersten, Ph.D. and Scott Baker, Ph.D., ..., pp. 4-28
        3. Two Activists In Anaheim, California, Speak Out by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Ed.D., pp. 29-30
        4. A School Board Member's Efforts by Harald G. Martin, pp. 31-40
        5. A California Teacher's Initiatives by Cathy Liska, pp. 41-55
        6. A Fifty-State Survey Of Requirements For The Education Of Language Minority Children by Anita Garcia and Cynthia Morgan, pp. 56-73
        7. Afterword by Stephen Krashen, pp. 74-85
        8. About The Authors, pp. 86-93
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        Fall 1998 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, pp. 1-4
        2. Mystery On The Bilingual Express by Christine H. Rossell, pp. 5-32
        3. The Labor Market Effects Of Bilingual Education Among Hispanic Workers by Mark Hugo Lopez and Marie T. Mora, pp. 33-54
        4. New Insights by Paul Hollander, pp. 55-64
        5. Four Year Longitudinal Report For The English Acquisition Program In The Bethlehem Area... by Ann Goldberg, pp. 65-80
        6. About The Authors, pp. 81-87
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    Issues of the 2000s = 1 Year, 1 Issue, 24 Articles
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      Issues of 2000 = 1 Issue, 24 Articles
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        Year 2000 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Introduction by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, pp. 1-4
        2. Rethinking Bilingual Education by Charles L. Glenn, pp. 5-35
        3. Welcoming Remarks By James Peyser, Pioneer Institute, And John Silber, Boston Universit... by James Peyser and John Silber, pp. 36-39
        4. Panel I---What The Research Tells Us by Charles L. Glenn, Moderator, p. 40
        5. Improving Capacity and Educational Accountability in Schools Serving English Language L... by Diane August, pp. 41-45
        6. Mystery on the Bilingual Express: A Critique of the Thomas and Collier Study by Christine H. Rossell, pp. 46-54
        7. El Paso Programs for English Language Learners: A Follow-Up Study by Rosalie Porter, pp. 55-58
        8. Labor Market Effects of Bilingual Education Among Hispanic Workers by Mark Lopez, pp. 59-66
        9. Panel II---Practitioners by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, Moderator, p. 67
        10. Reflections of a Bilingual Educator: From Past to Present by Mary T. Cazabon, pp. 68-75
        11. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania's English Acquisition Program by Thomas J. Doluisio, pp. 76-79
        12. Restructuing Schools to Incorporate Linguistically Diverse Populations by Maria Estela Brisk, pp. 80-95
        13. Keynote Speaker by Richard Estrada, pp. 96-108
        14. Panel III---Education Reform In Massachusetts by James Peyser, Moderator, p. 109
        15. A Bilingual Supporter Calls for Reform by Charles Glenn, pp. 110-111
        16. A State Legislator's Views on Bilingual Education Reform by Harold Lane, pp. 112-119
        17. Reflections of a School Superintendent---Quincy, Massachusetts by Eugene Creedon, pp. 120-124
        18. Chelsea Superintendent Urges More Flexibility in State Bilingual Law by Douglas Sears, pp. 125-130
        19. Mystery on the Bilingual Express by Christine H. Rossell, pp. 131-133
        20. El Paso Programs for English Language Learners by Russell Gersten, Scott Baker, and Thomas J. Keating, ..., pp. 134-137
        21. The Labor Market Effects of Bilingual Education Among Hispanic Workers by Mark Hugo Lopez and Marie T. Mora, pp. 138-141
        22. Four-Year Longitudinal Report for the English Acquisition Program in the Bethlehem, Pen... by Ann Goldberg, pp. 142-145
        23. From Primary Language Instruction To English Immersion by Kevin Clark, pp. 146-175
        24. About The Authors, pp. 176-182