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Appendix D—
Committee Sources

In addition to the literature reviewed and the knowledge and experience of committee members, the committee's work benefited from commissioned papers that were presented and discussed at a workshop, an open meeting at which representatives of professional and advocacy organizations presented their views, and technical reviewers. This appendix lists those papers, organizations, and reviewers.

Commissioned Papers

Rethinking Culture, Community, and Schooling: Implications for the Education of Bilingual Students
Luis Moll, Rosi Andrade, Norma Gonzalez, University of Arizona

State Education Agencies and Research on Limited English Proficient or Language Minority Children and Bilingual
Education
Lana Muraskin, Consultant, SMB Economic Research, Inc., Washington, DC

Second Language Acquisition and Preschool Education: Research Findings, Methods, Implications, and Future Directions
Patton O. Tabors, Research Associate, Harvard University

Effective Schooling for LEP Students: The School Domain National School Reform Efforts and LEP Students
Dr. Claude Goldenberg, Associate Professor, California State University, Long Beach



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Page 467 Appendix D— Committee Sources In addition to the literature reviewed and the knowledge and experience of committee members, the committee's work benefited from commissioned papers that were presented and discussed at a workshop, an open meeting at which representatives of professional and advocacy organizations presented their views, and technical reviewers. This appendix lists those papers, organizations, and reviewers. Commissioned Papers Rethinking Culture, Community, and Schooling: Implications for the Education of Bilingual Students Luis Moll, Rosi Andrade, Norma Gonzalez, University of Arizona State Education Agencies and Research on Limited English Proficient or Language Minority Children and Bilingual Education Lana Muraskin, Consultant, SMB Economic Research, Inc., Washington, DC Second Language Acquisition and Preschool Education: Research Findings, Methods, Implications, and Future Directions Patton O. Tabors, Research Associate, Harvard University Effective Schooling for LEP Students: The School Domain National School Reform Efforts and LEP Students Dr. Claude Goldenberg, Associate Professor, California State University, Long Beach

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Page 468 Preparation and Development of Teachers Serving Limited English Proficient Students: A Research Agenda Miriam Gonzales, Policy Studies Associates, Inc., Washington, DC Estimating Population Parameters Anne Hafner, Associate Professor, California State University, Los Angeles Parental and Community Involvement in the Education of Limited English Proficient and Bilingual Students Nitza M. Hidalgo, Westfield State College, Goshen, MA Organizations That Participated In Open Meeting Julia Lara Council of Chief State School Officers Washington, DC David Kamer Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund Washington, DC Rick Lopez National Association for Bilingual Education Washington, DC Ben Louie National Association of State Boards of Education Alexandria, VA Joel Gomez National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education Washington, DC Denise McKeon TESOL Alexandria, VA Organizations Invited To The Open Meeting But Unable To Attend Ms. Gail Donavan National Association of Elementary School Principals Alexandria, VA

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Page 469 Mr. Timothy Dyer National Association of Secondary School Principals Reston, VA Ms. Lorraine Edmo Executive Director National Indian Education Association Alexandria, VA Mr. Arnold Fege National Parent Teachers Association Washington, DC Ms. Isabel Garcia National Education Association Washington, DC Ms. Mary Hahn National Association of Elementary School Principals Alexandria, VA Mr. Mark Rigdon National Governors Association Washington, DC Ms. Mary Reece National Association of School Administrators Arlington, VA Mr. Gerald Sroufe Executive Director American Educational Research Association Washington, DC Ms. Carol Vega National Association of State Boards of Education Alexandria, VA Several associations that were unable to participate in the open meeting, submitted written materials. They include The National Association for Asian and Pacific American Education, The Institute for Research in English Acquistion and Development (READ), The Council of Great City Schools, and the Aspira Association.

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Page 470 Technical Reviewers John Chapman, Office of the Budget, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 10) Joseph Conaty, National Institute on Student Achievement, Curriculum and Assessment, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 10) Alicia Coro, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 10) James Crawford, Consultant, Takoma Park, MD (Ch. 10) Ed Fuentes, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 10) Claude Goldenberg, Associate Professor, California State University, Long Beach (Ch. 6, 7) Arnold Goldstein, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 9) Rene Gonzalez, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 10) Anne Hafner, Associate Professor, California State University, Los Angeles (Ch. 5, 9) Julia Lara, Council of Chief State School Officers, Washington, DC (Ch. 5, 9) Edith McArthur, Acting Program Director, Data Development, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 9) John Olson, Senior Research Scientist, American Institutes for Research/Education Statistics Services Institute, Washington, DC (Ch. 5, 9) Jeff Owings, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 9) Cindy Ryan, Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs, U.S. Department of Education (Ch. 8) Robert Slavin, Center for Research on the Education of Students Places at Risk, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (Ch. 6, 7) Gerald Sroufe, Director of Governmental and Professional Liaison, American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC (Ch. 10)