Bilingual Education Survey

<b> Forum for the discussion of all aspects of bilingual education </b>

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Bilingual Education Survey

Post by levosoma » Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:46 pm

As a psychology student and a student of languages, I am interested in understanding why some people are opposed to bilingual education. It is difficult to parse "bilingual education" into the many components and programs encompassed in the term, however many researchers have tried to figure out attitudes for and against bilingual education. I am trying from a different angle and the more respondents I have, the more informed my results can be.

Please take my survey.... ... is20112012

A question I had on my thesis survey that I have had trouble figuring out. What can be done with the results? If I find out that a majority of the people who take my survey are opposed to bilingual education because they believe that the students who take classes in bilingual education are not legal US citizens, what steps can be taken to change these attitudes?

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