An essay is presented on multiculturalism and the rights of linguistic minority children in education. The impact of communication on the ethnic identity, social cohesion and nation's interest and the need of balance while defining policies by the federal government of the U.S. is discussed. The transatlantic discourse in multilingualism and its impact on the immigrants is also discussed.



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