Bilingual teaching is a common education model in today’s society. It is hoped that students can learn about multi-culture through the second language. Yet such a positive education model stands the test of government. According to Soto (1997), local political disputes are influenced by bilingual education, and data are collected and studied, the implementation of bilingual education has been canceled for 20 years by school board members (Soto, p. 1). The purpose of bilingual teaching is to give students a broader perspective. However, bilingual teaching has been neglected and suppressed by a more powerful factor. It should retain the bilingual culture since bilingual is like a lamp connecting the diversity of culture all around the world.
Soto, L. D. (1997). Language, Culture, and Power : Bilingual Families and the Struggle for Quality Education. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press.