LS faculty associate, Teresa Satterfield, featured on Michigan Radio regarding her Spanish-language program for children, En Nuestra Lengua
"When a child who has grown up speaking Spanish comes to school, that student is going to be sitting in English-only classrooms, being mainstreamed into the English language and culture.
How does this English-all-the-time approach affect those students?
That question hit home for linguist Teresa Satterfield, an associate professor of Spanish at the University of Michigan. She’s the founder of a program called En Nuestra Lengua, a Saturday Spanish school in Ann Arbor."
By STATESIDE STAFF • NOV 16, 2017
Featured Photo: Students Caitlin Dick Ruiz and Ángel Zulueta Benkí with linguist Teresa Satterfield.
CREDIT STATESIDE STAFF / MICHIGAN RADIO
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