Bilingual Education: Hearings. Ninetieth Congress, First Session, Parte1

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Brown Dr Nathan executive deputy superintendent of schools
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Gaarder A Bruce Chief Modern Foreign Language Section U S Office
59
Monserrat Joseph Director Migration Division Department of Labor
72
Juarbe Rev Puro de Jesus chairman Coordinating Council Spanish
81
Carr Dr William G executive secretary National Education Associa
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regional office National Education Association
95
Sweetland Monroe legislative consultant Western States west coast
102
Guerrero Dr Adalberto M University of Arizona College of Education
120
Fishman Dr Joshua A research professor of social sciences Yeshiva
142
Córdova Alfred G classroom teacher and member of the National
208
Manuel Dr Hershel T professor emeritus of educational psychology
214
Andersson Dr Theodore chairman Department of Romance Languages
221
Williams Dr Dana superintendent of public education Corpus Christi
228
Montemayor Paul staff representative United Steelworkers of America
237
Truan Carlos Texas State deputy director League of United Latin Ameri
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Thomas Arthur vice president and general manager radio station KUNO Page
257
Burney Cecil E president Community Council of Youth Opportunity
262
Colson Rev W H superindent Metropolitan Mission Corpus Christi
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Ramirez Jesse Robstown Tex
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Brumley Darrell president Board of Trustees Edinburg Consolidated
269
Pickens Dr Thomas S superindendent Edinburg Consolidated Inde
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Ramirez A R assistant director Valley Association for Superior Educa
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Earle Mrs Dolores teacher in United Independent Consolidated School
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Parker Mrs Ann S Woodrow Wilson fellow Texas College of Arts
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Garcia Mrs Herlinda director Spanishlanguage arts project Edinburg
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de la Garza Rodolfo superintendant Rio Grande City Independent
314
Torres Jr Pete member City Council of San Antonio Tex
324
Wilson Dr Jacques M P chairman Foreign Language Department
331
Gonder John superintendent Harlandale Independent School District
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Zachry H B San Antonio Tex member State Coordinating Board
345
Estes Dr Dwain M executive director InterAmerican Educational
347
McMahon Dr John president Our Lady of the Lake College San
353
Grace Charles W former county judge of Bexar County Tex
359
Evans Roy secretarytreasurer AFLCIO Austin Tex
365
Smith Father Sherril San Antonio Tex
373
Antonio Tex
382
Garcia Clotilde P M D former schoolteacher of Corpus Christi Tex 240
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McKay Robert E assistant executive secretary California Teachers
443
Ortega Alerico D commissioner Board of Public Works Los Angeles
465
Gonzales Eugene assistant superintendent of public instruction California
471
de la Garza Hon Eligio a U S Representative in Congress from
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Tovar Miss Irene member Board of Directors Council of Mexican
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De Leon Marcus member Board of Directors Foundation for Mexican
486
Mendoza Candelario for Bert Corona president MexicanAmerican
489
Guttierrez Bill staff member Human Relations Commission Los Angeles
492
Ryan Hon William F Representative in Congress from the State
507
Juarbe Rev Puro de Jesus chairman Coordinating Council Spanish
509
Badillo Herman president Borough of the Bronx
516
Brown Dr Nathan executive deputy superintendent of schools
524
Low Robert A councilman Manhattan New York
532
Knox Dr Warren assistant commissioner of education New York State
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Knox Dr Warren assistant commissioner of education New York State
539
Kuchel Hon Thomas H a U S Senator from the State of California 423
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Piri Thomas author Down These Main Streets
552
Negron Frank executive director Aspira Inc
560
Alvarez Luis coordinator Federation of Puerto Rican Parents
566
Dinos Mrs Carmen education coordinator Migration Division Depart
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Cardona Louis A deputy commissioner Manpower Operations New York
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Dooley Harold R director Valley Association for Superior Education 274
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Santana Mrs Carmen president Ladies Committee for Puerto Rican
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Pollard Joseph M legislative representative Los Angeles County Board
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Casso Father Henry vicar for urban ministry of San Antonio Tex 361
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Lapin Shmuel general secretary Yivo Institute for Jewish Research
602
Low Robert A councilman Manhattan N Y prepared statement 532 535
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Migrant projects 1967 title I ESEA Public Law 8910
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Christian Chester director InterAmerican Institute University of Texas
621
McKay Robert E assistant executive secretary California Teachers
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Cortez Miss Margarita executive secretary Literary Council San Antonio
634
Crane Florence B New York N Y prepared statement 597
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Southwest Educational Development Laboratory about it and its pro
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Texas Conference for the Mexican American Improving Educational
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de la Garza Hon Eligio a U S Representative in Congress from
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Doak Mrs T A classroom teacher Central Elementary School Lamesa
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Página 459 - States in which ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities exist, persons belonging to such minorities shall not be denied the right, in community with the other members of their group, to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practice their own religion, or to use their own language.

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