Mandating Failure: Federal Insistence on Multilingualism

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English-language proficiency is one of the best indicators of a person’s likelihood to succeed in the United States. Poor language skills are often associated with poverty, inadequate healthcare, depression, and—most obviously—alienation from the mainstream of American culture.

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