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Gonzales Report [Armando Rodriguez; Bilingual education]

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  •  Beginning of show; Gonzalez introduces Rodriguez and the Mexican-American educational unit 
  •  Rodriguez on purpose and functions of unit 
  •  Outlines problem of Spanish-speaking students receiving inferior education 
  •  Three-pronged solution 
  •  Gonzalez explains why he has not supported bilingual education legislation 
  •  Rodriguez responds 
  •  Training superintendents 
  •  Mentions John W. Gardner 
  •  Contact information 
 
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Title:Gonzales Report [Armando Rodriguez; Bilingual education]
Identifier:e_hbg_0081
Description:Weekly public address from Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez to his constituents in Bexar County, Texas. In this program, Gonzalez talks with educator Armando Rodriguez, the first director of the Mexican-American educational unit in the Office of Education, part of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Rodriguez outlines the purpose and functions of the unit and discusses bilingual education with Gonzalez, with a focus on training teachers and superintendents. Black and white picture, no sound. Writing on leader reads, ""Gonzalez, 14, 67."
Country:United States
City:Washington (D.C.)
Date:1967/08/03
CreatorGonzalez, Henry B.
Location:2004-127/336, reel 14
Source:Gonzalez (Henry B.) Collection
Contributor:Rodriguez, Armando, 1921- (guest)
Language:en
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights:Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Original Format:black-and-white film; sound tracks, 16mm