[lg policy] bibitem: Language Planning and Policy in Paraguay.

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Tue Jul 6 14:35:39 UTC 2010

Language Planning and Policy in Paraguay.
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run a new search on that name. Gynan, Shaw N.
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Programs; Foreign Countries; Guarani; Language Planning; Program
Descriptions; Public Policy; Spanish; Uncommonly Taught Languages
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from the author. Current Issues in Language Planning, v2 n1 p53-118
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A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or
resource. Discusses language planning and policy in Paraguay, a
country that is unique among the countries of the Americas because
nearly 90% of the non-indigenous population speaks Guarani, an
indigenous language. Highlights an initiative to implement universal,
two-way bilingual education in Guarani and Spanish that has resulted
in widespread use of Guarani in the classroom. (Author/VWL)


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