Resources Immigrants, Their Languages, and Their Children

Benedetti, A. (2013). “Majority of Americans Want Immigrants to Learn English, Poll Says,” Huffpost.
Boyle, A., August, D., Tabaku, L., Cole, S., and Simpson-Baird, A. (2015). Dual Language Education Programs: Current State Policies and Practices. U.S. Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition.
DeCapua, A., and Wintergerst, A. (2009). “Second Language Maintenance and Identity: A case study.” Bilingual Research Journal, 32, 5–24.
ProEnglish. (2017). “English by the Polls.”
Fanton, J. (2017). America’s Languages: Investing in Language Education for the 21st Century. American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Farkas, S. (2013). “What Immigrants Say about Life in the United States.” Migration Policy Institute.
Grosjean, F. (n.d.). Myths about Bilingualism.
Hasson, D. (2006). “Bilingual Language Use in Hispanic Young Adults: Did elementary bilingual programs help?” Bilingual Research Journal, 30 (1), 45–64.
Kohn, A. (1999). “Confusing Harder with Better.” Education Week.
Kohn. A. (2010). “How to Create Nonreaders: Reflections on motivation, learning, and sharing power.” English Journal, 100, 16–22.
Kohut, A. (2013). The Rise of Asian Americans. Pew Research Center.
Kondo-Brown, K. (2003). “Heritage Language Instruction for Post-Secondary Students from Immigrant Backgrounds.” Heritage Language Journal, 1.
Krashen, S. (1993). The Power of Reading: Insights from the Research. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
Krashen, S. (1996). Under Attack: The Case Against Bilingual Education. Culver City, CA: Language Education Associates.
Krashen, S. (2015). “The Ecstasy Hypothesis.” Perspectives, 14, 7–9.
Krashen, S. (2017). “The Case for Comprehensible Input.” Language Magazine.
Lee, J. (2002). “The Korean Language in America: The role of cultural identity in heritage language learning.” Language, Culture, and Curriculum, 15, 117–133.
Lopez, G., and Radford, J. (2017). “Facts on U.S. Immigrants, 2015: Statistical portrait of the foreign-born population in the United States.” Pew Research Center.
Nawa, F. (2011). “Bilingual and Struggling.” Christian Science Monitor.
Park, S., and Sarkar, M. (2007). “Parents’ Attitudes toward Heritage Language Maintenance for Their Children and Their Efforts to Help Their Children Maintain the Heritage Language: A case study of Korean-Canadian immigrants.” Language, Culture, and Curriculum, 20 (3), 223–235. https://doi: 10.2167/lcc337.0
Schecter, S., Sharken-Taboada, D., and Bayley, R. (1996). “Bilingual by Choice: Latino parents’ rationales and strategies for raising children with two languages.” Bilingual Research Journal, 20 (2), 261–281.
Shin, F., and Krashen, S. (2008). Summer Reading: Program and Evidence. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.Taylor, P., Lopez, M., Martinez, J., and Velasco, G. (2012). “Language Use among Latinos.” In When Labels Don’t Fit: Hispanics and Their Views of Identity, Pew Research Center.
Veiga, C. (2015). “Miami-Dade Moves to Boost Spanish Instruction in Schools,” Miami Herald.