The author prescribes a bilingual teacher-training process that is based on a critique of the current condition of bilingual education and the professional concerns of bilingual teachers. Her approach would enable bilingual teachers to discern and analyze interpersonal, social,and political issues unique to their struggles. She suggests a "creative" approach to teacher training that she believes will strengthen the image of bilingual teachers and, consequently,benefit both teachers and students.

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