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heritage school meant to those who attended it and
to learn about students attitude toward their
heritage culture and language. The researcher
surveyed 46 students who were attending a particular
Japanese Saturday school in the Northern California.
Out of the 46 participants, 21students were randomly
interviewed. In addition, the researcher conducted
school/class observations to gather further data.
The students showed deep attachment to the Japanese
school, and the result indicated that the
participants of this research perceived Japanese
school to have served multiple purposes. These
students indicated that their primary reason for
attending the Saturday school was to socialize with
other peers that spoke the same heritage language.
Further research is needed to understand more about
the roles of the heritage schools in the United