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  • Sen. Ricardo Lara reflects on benefits of his bilingualism

    An advocate of bilingual education who went through it himself, Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, is pursuing Proposition 58 this fall that would reverse a 1998 California law mandating English-only instruction for English learners.

An advocate of bilingual education who went through it himself, Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, is pursuing Proposition 58 this fall that would reverse a 1998 California law mandating English-only instruction for English learners. Alexei Koseff akoseff@sacbee.com
An advocate of bilingual education who went through it himself, Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, is pursuing Proposition 58 this fall that would reverse a 1998 California law mandating English-only instruction for English learners. Alexei Koseff akoseff@sacbee.com
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