Extractions: Winter 2000 / 2001 The recent vote in Arizona underscores that many people don't appreciate the importance of bilingual education. The Arizona vote, which mandates English-only instruction for those who do not speak English, comes two years after a similar referendum in California. Both were spearheaded and financed by Silicon Valley millionaire Ron Unz, who has pledged to take his campaign to other states. Unless lessons are learned from Arizona and California, Unz will likely have more successes. What's troublesome is that Unz obviously learns. As explained in James Crawford's article on page 3, Unz crafted the Arizona ballot initiative so that it plugs some of the loop holes in the California law that allow many students to continue to receive bilingual education. One can assume that his next initiative, which will probably be in Colorado, will be even more restrictive. (Crawford, one of the foremost experts on the politics of bilingual education, runs an excellent web site ( http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/jwcrawford/
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Extractions: ASDB was established by the Arizona State Constitution in 1912 when Arizona became the 48th state in the United States. The Tucson Campus moved to its present location on Speedway Boulevard from the University of Arizona grounds in. The Phoenix Campus (The Phoenix Day School for the deaf [PDSD]) opened in 1975. The North Central Regional Cooperative, the first of ASDBs five regional cooperative programs, was started in. The Desert Valleys Regional Cooperative program, the last of the five regional programs, opened in 1996. Only the Tucson Campus of ASDB has facilities for students to board. About 35% of the students on the Tucson Campus (about 110) board at the school. Most of these students go home each weekend, but a small number of students go home only at the major homegoing breaks scheduled throughout the school year.
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Extractions: Home MESA The Navajo people, called Dine', are from the southwestern four corner states of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. After the Treaty of 1868 was signed between the Navajo and the United States government, the government felt responsible for the education of Navajo children. As a result, boarding schools were created and children were taken from their families and taught to bury their traditional Navajo culture in these schools. At boarding school, children were forbidden to speak their language and they were punished severely if caught. Many people tried to hide their children from officers who came to put them in the schools, but a lot of children were taken anyway. In the Navajo culture, it is emphasized that people should always be aware of the enemy. They should always be prepared to fight to protect their land and their people. Besides the Anglos, the Navajo did not realize that a more ominous enemy would threaten them. During World War II, the Japanese wanted to gain worldwide control. However, a major obstacle was the presence of the United States Navy in the Northern Pacific. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked the American Navy at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The bombing of Pearl Harbor had a great impact on the Navajo. Many Navajo men reacted to the Japanese attack and reported for duty to the Indian agency for they felt they had been prepared for battle their entire lives. Some even came on horseback with their own rifles not knowing where they were exactly going.
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Extractions: Study in E lite B oarding H igh S chools (F-1 visa required) Services US boarding schools present an exciting range of opportunities to the international student. For students with serious interests in sports or the arts; for students of the very highest academic ability or for those who need extra attention to do better school work; Inter-Ed through FSL/Study Group can place a student at the very best possible school to meet the interests and the needs of the student. Clients in the boarding program receive very personalised placement. Students interested in the elite boarding programme can request price range and regional preferences. The following are the five regions in the US offered by Inter-Ed: NEW ENGLAND Connecticut (CT), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), New Hampshire (NH), Rhode Island (RI), Vermont (VT)
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Extractions: The Orme School is a pristine gathering place for teachers and students who share a passion for academic excellence, adventure, and personal challenge. In a Southwestern, college-preparatory environment, The Orme School develops sound character, intellectual growth and curiosity, and an appreciation of our diverse cultural heritage and natural environment. The nurturing of each student's physical, aesthetic, and spiritual life is emphasized through high expectations and a strong sense of personal and community responsibility. Established in 1929, the school is located on a 40,000-acre ranch in central Arizona, an area of immensely striking natural beauty. Welcome to The Orme School, and to the majestic and historic vistas of Central Arizona. I was initially attracted to Orme not only by its geography, but by its remarkable ability to create an educational environment that is among the very best in the country. Founded in 1929, Orme has truly been able to define its mission with the credo Tradition, Excellence, and Character. We are a boarding school community enriched by an outstanding faculty, a diverse student population, and the time-honored values of morality, academic rigor, total participation, and universal caring. At Orme, we are passionate about the importance of providing each student with a complete sense of belonging, of optimism and success, of being unique, and of being heard. The environment in which adolescents find themselves has a profound influence on their maturity and self-esteem. How we create and sustain that environment can affect an eternity in a young person's life. Our greatest responsibility is to provide our students with the personal values, spirit, and creative determination that will hold each of them in good stead for the rest of his or her life. It is the essence of our Mission Statement.
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Extractions: REFERENCES Adorno, T.W., Frenkel-Brunswick, E., Levinson, D.J., and Sanford, R.N. et al. The Authoritarian Personality. New York: Harper, 1950. Arkoff, A. Adjustment and Mental Health . New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1968. Aronfreed, J. Conduct and Conscience: The Socialization of Internalized Control over Behavior. New York: Academic Press, 1968. Berreman, G. Alienation, mobility and acculturation: The Aleut Reference Group. American Anthropologist, Berry, B. The Education of American Indians, A Survey of the Literature. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969. Briggs, J. L. Never in Anger: Portrait of an Eskimo Family. I Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970. Bureau of Indian Affairs , Helpful Hints for new BIA Teachers. Window Rock, Arizona, 1970. Cazden, E.B., and John, V.P. Learning in American Indian Children. In Styles of Learning Among American Indians. An outline for research. Report and recommendations of a conference held at Stanford University, August 8-19, 1968. Chance, N.A.
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Extractions: File photo The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is a group of Hohokam dwellings. The name "Arizona" is from a Tohono O'odham word Arizonac, later Spanish settlers dropped the last letter. The first people to settle Arizona were Native Americans. The ancient peoples, the Pre-Pueblos, commonly known as the Anazasi, settled in the high country. They built 800 room buildings and are known for their basketmaking. The early Hohokam were gatherers, who then evolved into farmers. In farming, they dug the first irrigation canals in Arizona, some of which are still in existence.
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Extractions: From Arizona To Alcatraz Hopi Prisoners On Alcatraz by: Craig Glassner , Park Ranger, Alcatraz Island ParkNews, Fall 1998 M ore than a million people visit Alcatraz each year, but few know that, for almost eighty years, the island was the site of the first fortress and military prison on the West Coast. Declared a military reservation in 1850, Alcatraz was originally garrisoned in 1859; the island's troops and more than one hundred cannon were intended to defend the gold-rich San Francisco harbor. Like other military installations, Fortress Alcatraz was used for detention and punishment. Over time, the prison facility on Alcatraz expanded to four cellblocks and was used to confine men for numerous reasons. While most prisoners held on Alcatraz were U.S. military personnel, there were a few notable exceptions. Between the Civil War-era Southern sympathizers/supporters and the World War I-era conscientious objectors, the U.S. government detained a number of Indians on the island. Hopi "Hostiles"
Extractions: General Information Tucson History Publications Health Care ... Education Tucson Education Education opportunities in Arizona are superb, with a cost of higher education that is 25 percent below national norms. Excellent public, private and parochial schools are available from the pre-school level through high school. The University of Arizona, a world-class research and teaching institution, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 100 different fields. The multi-campus Pima Community College system, eighth largest in the nation, works with the Greater Tucson Economic Council to develop specific training programs for selected companies. The overall educational system reflects on the community's diversity offering programs at all levels that meet the needs of both student and employer. Schools offer programs designed to meet the needs of students in all areas including gifted, honors, bilingual, vocational, special needs, and business skills programs. Advanced placement programs help students develop creative thinking and reasoning skills. Private vocational and business schools with programs that prepare students for entry into the job market are thriving. COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES PRIVATE COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES
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