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Nov. 28: Deadline for ESL/ELL/EFL Carnival

The day after Thanksgiving, two weeks from today, is the deadline for the next carnival for blog entries about the education of English-language learners, which I am hosting. I've already received some excellent submissions, forwarded to me by the carnival's founder, Larry Ferlazzo. Since the most recent edition of this niche carnival, Mr. Ferlazzo has noted that some new folks have started blogs about language issues (here and here). I hope that they will get involved in the carnival.

You can use this form to submit a blog entry. But the form hasn't always been up and running consistently. So if you have any trouble, just send the link for your blog entry to me at [email protected] I'll post the carnival on Dec. 1.

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