Schools across the United States implemented educational policies to help students succeed. These policies are often implemented at the state level allowing differences between each state. Considering the increasing presence of Spanish speakers in the United States, many of these policies are put in place to help Spanish speaking students as well as other native speaking children. These policies, and by extent programs, have changed over time, both helping and in some cases harming students. Analyzing these policies improves our understanding of what is most beneficial for students.
Lyson III, Allenby, "Educational Policies For Spanish Speakers in the United States" (2023). Modern Languages, Philosophy and Classics Theses. 9.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Language and Literacy Education Commons, Secondary Education Commons
Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages, Philosophy, and Classics
Thesis advisor: Dr. Fernanda Righi