Education Specialist (EdS)
Semester of Degree Completion
David E. Bartz
The purpose of this study is to investigate transitional bilingual programs in Cook, DuPage, Kane, and Will counties in the State of Illinois. A review of literature reveals that the State of Illinois guideline of three years was not sufficient to allow non-English speaking students to be exited into regular education classes at a level commensurate with their English speaking peers. This study also reviewed transitional bilingual program models in Cook, Dupage, Kane and Will counties in Illinois and revealed a shortage of bilingual teachers and aides. Use of the results of the study will improve the existing transitional program in Cook County School District #130, where the author has been employed as a principal.
Schwindt, Robert, "An Investigation of Transitional Bilingual Programs in Cook, DuPage, Kane and Will Counties in the State of Illinois" (1996). Masters Theses. 1871.