issue contains the usual information about theses, new publications
and confer-ences dealing with the use of pidgins, creoles and minority
dialects in education. It also has an article about observations
of one very successful program. But unfortunately, the number of
reports about other on-going programs and other issues has reached
an all time low.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary issue of the newsletter next year,
I would like to make a special appeal for each subscriber to send
in a report (any length will do) about their interests, about programs
they’re involved in or about any other issues.
We’ll try to spruce up the format of the newsletter as well,
so any photos or illustrations would be most welcome.
I’ll be back in Australia, so please send your contributions
University of New England
Armidale, NSW 2351