Comunicación, Cultura y Política
This literature review addresses some of the issues discussed in the literature written about the controversial topic of English teaching in Puerto Rico. A deeper look into the language policies established in Puerto Rico since the island became a U.S. colony (1898) could lead us to understand why after more than a century of U.S. occupation, the majority of Puerto Ricans are still not bilingual in English and Spanish.
Rodriguez-Arroyo, Sandra, "The Never Ending Story of Language Policy in Puerto Rico" (2013). Teacher Education Faculty Publications. 74.