Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States
There is growing interest in heritage language learners-individuals
who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority
language. Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this
population in the United States.
In this comprehensive volume, experts offer an interdisciplinary
overview of research on Spanish as a heritage language in the
United States. They also address the central role of education
within the field. Contributors offer a wealth of resources for
teachers while proposing future directions for scholarship.
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