California Voters Repeal Ban on Bilingual Education

November 8, 2016 | Education Week

California voters on Tuesday cast ballots in favor of Proposition 58, reversing an 18-year-old law banning bilingual education in the state. Public schools in the state are able to pursue -- without restrictions -- bilingual education for students, including 1.5 million English language learners.

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Additional Resources from the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE): 

Prop 58 has passed! Now what? CABE's Top 17 Recommendations
Free downloadable PDFs available in English and Spanish.

Visit the CABE website to learn more.