Social studies, science courses to be taught in Spanish.
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Univision's evening newscast seen by more people in NY, LA than ABC, CBS, or NBC.
Prestigious magnet school makes it easier for foreigners to get in.
Obama wants American kids to learn Spanish.
White man fights back.
American taxpayers foot bill for foreigners to learn English.
Hispanics frustrated that whites "don’t even try to understand" Spanish.
Translation: Police and city government must speak Spanish.
Mandatory English creates "atmosphere of intimidation, inferiority, and isolation for Hispanics."
In US, you need to speak Spanish to get entry-level jobs.
English-speaking Hispanic prefers to speak Spanish on the job.
Not enough black, Hispanic, Samoans, Hmong docs; too many white ones.
Second-grade teacher required Pledge to be said in Spanish.
The primary language spoken by 70 percent of metro LA residents is not English.
Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations gets it right.
Fewer people are fluent in Spanish in Miami.
People in South Florida can’t understand each other.
Testing Hispanic kids’ English proficiency "unfair" and "anti-bilingual."
In Grapevine, Texas, minority whites have to learn language of majority Hispanics.
Requiring that orders be placed in English is discriminatory.
EEOC: Requiring English is national-origin discrimination.
Immigrant: "I am not leaving this country, so I should learn the native language."
Whites and blacks agree: immigrants should adopt America’s culture and language.
Hispanic congressman: "English-only is the only issue that unites all Hispanics."
1 in 6 students in California schools speaks little or no English.
Code of courtesy for whether to speak Spanish or English not yet developed.
Learning to pronounce America’s vowels and consonants properly is "priddy" expensive.
Over 10 years, a 260 percent increase in deaths of Hispanics in construction.
People who don't like hearing Spanish aren't fond of Hispanics, either.
California to "outsource" nursing education to Mexico.
43 percent of Californians don't speak English at home; 53 percent in L.A.
Bilingual rangers and brochures part of plan to bring Hispanics to national parks.
Another benefit of "diversity."
More patients don't speak English
Washington goes brown.
In some Arizona districts, ESL teachers teach in Spanish.
Plan is to keep Hispanic families together and reach out to non-Hispanics.
Approximately 3.5 million children of illegals now attend US schools.
Mayan dialects and African languages cause the most trouble.
Town councilor says immigrants should learn English and respect local rules.
District may have to hire more ESL teachers for Burundians.
No interpreter could be found for defendant who spoke rare West African language.
It's all about maintaining a "viable work force."
Univision would provide simultaneous interpretation.
Opponents call bill "exclusionary."
Chinese is "the language of the future."
Texas schools recruit Spanish-speakers from Spain, Philippines, Mexico, others countries.
English only measure “does not reflect who we are in Nashville.”
Diversity gets in the way of free speech . . . again.
School district maintains different routes for students speaking different languages.
Rising medical-care costs include increasing expense of translators.
"Go directly to jail" cards now come in Spanish.
Measure draws a standing ovation.
Lawyer: Police must "cater to the language of the market.”
Speakers of Mixtec, Oaxaca and other languages moving to the US.
Black hatred for whites eclipses self-interest.
Spanish-speaking immigrants will learn English — within "a few generations."
Ability to speak Spanish is worth $1,200 a year.
Arizonans blast 106 pages of taxpayer-funded Spanish.
Foreigners study English to come to America, while illegals already here refuse to learn.
Nearly one-third of Chicago-area residents speak a language other than English at home.
After five years, Hispanic immigrant still hasn't "really needed to learn English."
States spending millions on interpreters for illegal aliens.
Feds could order Arizona's schools to spend hundreds of millions to teach English.
Hispanics say Texas isn't doing enough for Spanish-speaking students.
State must pay benefits to 15-year resident who couldn't read notice in English.
Measure called unconstitutional “because it singles out businesses with signs.”
One-third of Cook County patients speak primarily Spanish.
Dual language classes start in kindergarten; "eventually the entire school will be bilingual."
So many Hispanic firemen don't speak English that non-Spanish speakers must go.