Nineteen students from seven states vied for the second annual title of national Spanish spelling champion.
July 2012 Archives
But are these cities equipped to meet the educational needs of immigrants and their children?
The U.S. Department of Education is looking for promising practices in disaggregating data for Asian-heritage students.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has asked a federal court in Miami to strike down a policy in Florida that charges long-time residents out-of-state tuition rates if their parents do not have legal immigration status.
The new edition makes clear connections between content standards of the common core and the academic language that will be required.
The needs of English-learners are represented by at least two members of the writing team that drafted new common standards in science.
Researchers will examine the practices related to identification of English-learners with disabilities in six school districts.
New York would become the second state in the nation to formally recognize high school graduates who demonstrate proficiency in multiple languages.
The three-year-long study will examine the impacts that dual-language immersion programs have on student achievement.
The state with the largest population of English-language learners in the nation moves ahead with revising its English-language proficiency standards.
Asian students organize a new youth group in New York and New Jersey to push for DREAM Act passage and immigration reform.
The Office of Civil Rights will investigate a claim that Wake County Public School System discriminate against limited English proficient students and their parents - especially Latino students - according to the Southern Poverty Law Center and Legal Aid North Carolina
The state's 4th and 8th graders outperformed national averages on both the mathematics and reading portions of the exam known as the Nation's Report Card.
Researchers find that non-ELLs benefit even more than their ELL peers in Texas districts where bilingual education is offered.