Many states' plans for educating English language learners under ESSA fall short of equity and send clear signals on how they value the educational progress of the students, an analysis finds.
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A North Carolina district next school year will launch bilingual programs for English language learners at two elementary schools.
Educators in Washington, DC, have developed an open-source curriculum for teaching world languages focusing on project-based learning and communicative proficiency rather than grammar.
For many years, Oakland International High in Oakland, CA, has provided a point of entry for immigrant students, and a model for educating newcomers.
Support for English learners in state preschool programs varies widely but tends to be lower than experts would recommend, new study says.
A lot of multilingual countries promote an official language, but the United States has never done so with English. In fact, the U.S. has no official language.
The recent article, Oral Language Development Among Mandarin Learners in Chinese Homestays (in Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition), focuses on a mixed-method study describing the oral Mandarin development of American students living in Chinese homestays.
The National Association for Bilingual Education announces its Fourth Annual Dual Language Symposium scheduled for June 27-29 in Washington, DC.
New York City schools will offer 32 additional dual language programs and 16 transitional bilingual programs, a move that could help better integrate schools and boost learning for students who are learning English as a new language.
According to a recent study, genes may influence how the brain processes language sounds and has played a role in how language has evolved with time.