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And Still We Speak: Stories of Communities Sustaining and Reclaiming Language and Culture, published by California Tomorrow, 2001.

Heritage Languages in America: Preserving a National Resource, edited by Joy Kreeft Peyton, Donald A. Ranard, and Scott McGinnis;, published by the Center for Applied Linguistics and by Delta Systems Co. Inc., 2001.

Teaching Heritage Language Learners: Voices From the Classroom, edited by John B. Webb and Barbara L. Miller;, published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 2000.

Teaching Spanish to Spanish Speakers, online resources compiled by the Center for Applied Linguistics

Project Reach, sponsored by the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland College Park

Vol. 22, Issue 29, Page 23

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