A bill recently presented in Nevada's legislature would allow students to enroll in language immersion programs.
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CAL celebrates 2017 International Women’s Day and honors the many contributions of women around the globe.
Lead With Languages Campaign Launches: Promotes Urgent Call to Action for Making Language Proficiency a National Priority
Lead With Languages, a new national initiative released in conjunction with a congressionally mandated study on foreign languages, is backed by diverse representatives from education, business, government and nonprofit sectors.
Dear Mr. President: Immigrant Students in Denver Tweet to Trump About Why Their Families Make America Great
Middle-school students in an English language development class in Colorado are using Twitter to discuss the contributions of immigrants in the US.
New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina has announced that 68 dual language and transitional bilingual programs will start this fall.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences today released the final report and recommendations of the Commission on Language Learning for building the nation’s language capacity.
The best age to start learning a second language can vary significantly, depending on how the language is being learned.
There are about 5 million English language learners in US schools - or about 1 of every 10 students - and educating them is one of the biggest challenges in US public education today.
Educators at a San Francisco school are teaching English language learners through an approach that involves having students work in groups with speakers of different first languages.
Center for Applied Linguistics Reaffirms its Mission of Promoting Access, Equity, and Mutual Understanding
CAL Board of Trustees issues statement reaffirming mission of promoting access, equity, and mutual understanding for linguistically and culturally diverse people around the world.