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How was the passage of The Bilingual Education Act of 1968 a reflection of the Civil Rights Movement?
It conveyed the message that immigration reform was a key agenda issue of both President Johnson and Congress.
It conveyed the message that public education reform was clearly the responsibility of the Federal government.
It showed both the care and concern of the Federal government for the future of America's children.
It showed that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 fell short in helping other minority groups within the U.S.
It conveyed the message that one's language, like one's color, should not be an obstacle in achieving equal educational opportunities in the U.S.