Authors

Halima Boukraa

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The historical and current implications of language bias in the education system of the United States. From the Lau v. Nichols (1974) Supreme Court case to the misunderstanding of African American English, this is an issue that is necessary for the education system to evolve and to enable students to reach their full potential.

Publication Date

Spring 3-24-2017

City

Cambridge, MA

Keywords

language, education, education system, history, United States, African American

Disciplines

Education | Language and Literacy Education

Cross–Cultural Approaches to Teaching and Learning

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