Ohio passed first law to allow Bilingual Education to be a reality. (German-English)
Native Americans are no longer allowed to be taught their native language.
The Natives are separated from their families and sent to boarding schools.
Requires anyone seeking naturalization is required to speak English. This should have solved the Bilingual Education issue, but it did not.
Provides aid to ESL programs.
Bilingual Education received public funding for being seen as an essential program for children.
This allowed federal funding for the previously mentioned bilingual program.
During the Civil Rights Movement, this act required schools to provide Bilingual Education programs.
Student's progress needs to be assessed yearly for grades 3-8/ There also needs to be teacher requirements for teaching Bilingual Education.
Illinois made a law that would make their bilingual Education programs more effective. This would require students to be fluent on both languages (English and their native language).