A Polyglot Boardinghouse: A History of Public Bilingual Schooling in the United States, 1840--1920

A Polyglot Boardinghouse: A History of Public Bilingual Schooling in the United States, 1840--1920

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Much of the literature on the history of bilingual education in the United States lacks a connection to the broader social context. This dissertation attempts to partially overcome that shortcoming; the study argues that cultural, intellectual, religious, demographic, economic, and political forces shaped the contours of dual-language instruction in America between 1840 and 1920.81 Heinz Kloss, a€œGerman-American Language Maintenance Efforts, a€ in Language Loyalties in the United States: The Maintenance ... Thy Beacon-Lighta#39;: Moral and Civic Transformation in Indianapolisa#39;s Public Schools, a€ in Civic and Moral Learning in America, 138-140; Russell A. Kazal, Becoming Old Stock: The Paradox of German-American Identity (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), 7, 18;anbsp;...


Title:A Polyglot Boardinghouse: A History of Public Bilingual Schooling in the United States, 1840--1920
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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