Inmaculada Gómez Soler, University of Memphis
This paper provides a snapshot of heritage speakers in the education system in Tennessee, a state with a growing number of Hispanic HSs. Survey/interview data indicate classes for HSs are rare and teachers lack appropriate training. Practical implications for program development and implementation are discussed within this sociolinguistic context.
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