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  • • Calderon, M.E. & Minaya-Rowe, L. (2003). Designing and implementing two-way bilingual programs: A step-by-step guide for administrators, teachers, and parents. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.—This practical resource provides school administrators, teachers, and parents with information on all aspects of designing and implementing two-way bilingual programs including research-based instructional techniques, student assessment, staff development, and evaluation.
  • • Christian, D. & Genesee, F. eds. (2001). Bilingual education. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.—The 11 case studies included in this volume cover a wide range of bilingual education program types and illustrate the diverse ways in which program features are aligned with community goals, sociolinguistic situations, and student characteristics in different settings.
  • • Garda, O. (2009). Bilingual education in the twenty-first century: A global perspective. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.—In this book, Ofelia Garda provides a comprehensive overview of the history and current state of bilingual education programs and policies throughout the world. She argues convincingly that bilingual education is the right choice for all children in today’s globalized world.
  • • McCarty, T.L. (2002). A place to be Navajo: Rough Rock and the struggle for self-determination in indigenous schooling. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.—In this book, Teresa McCarty provides a critical life history of the Rough Rock Demonstration School, the first American Indian- controlled school in the United States.
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