NEW - LPRU Feature Report - "Making Sense of Census 2000" by Jame s Crawford

Wayne Wright Wayne.Wright at asu.edu
Fri Aug 23 17:21:32 UTC 2002


LPRU | Language Policy Research Unit  http://www.language.policy.org
EPSL | Education Policy Studies Laboratory  http://www.edpolicylab.org

LPRU Website Update: August 2002

Please note the following new posting from LPRU:

Featured Report:

Making Sense of Census 2000
by James Crawford
http://www.asu.edu/educ/epsl/LPRU/features/article5.htm

James Crawford provides an in-depth analysis on the reliability and
implications of language data from CENSUS 2000.

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The Language Policy Research Unit (LPRU), under the direction of Dr.
Terrence G. Wiley with assistance from Senior Researcher Wayne E. Wright,
promotes research and policy analysis on the challenges and opportunities
posed by national and  global multilingualism. LPRU priorities include: a)
interdisciplinary studies to promote equitable language policies in
education and society; b) demographic studies with policy implications for
language rights and  preservation; c) historical and contemporary studies on
language contact, conflict, and minority language accommodation and
promotion; and d) media, legal and legislative analyses to inform public
discourse and policy making in state, national, and international contexts.

The Education Policy Studies Laboratory (EPSL) at Arizona State University
offers high quality analyses of national education policy issues and
provides an analytical resource for educators, journalists, and citizens.
It includes the Commercialism in Education Research Unit (CERU), the
Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA), the Education Policy Reports
Project (EPRP), the Education Policy Research Unit (EPRU), and the Language
Policy Research Unit (LPRU).
The EPSL is directed by ASU Professor Alex Molnar.

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