In calling for a pathway to citizenship for as many as 11 million unauthorized immigrants, the president also welcomed a bipartisan immigration reform plan from a group of U.S. senators.
January 2013 Archives
President Barack Obama is set to unveil his plan for comprehensive immigration reform in a speech in Las Vegas tomorrow.
A weekly Twitter chat connects teachers of English-language learners to discuss, debate, and advise one another on numerous topics.
The civil rights organization is demanding that the state education agency order 251 school districts to provide English-language acquisition services to more than 20,000 English-language learners.
President Barack Obama's signals on immigration reform are invigorating youth-led movements to push Congress to create a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.
Three school districts will pilot a new unit designed for middle school English/language arts students who may also be English-language learners.
A number of individual programs, and school and district strategies, have shown technology's potential to help English language learners, a new paper contends.
Issues facing undocumented youth, such as applying for deferred action, or paying for college, are front and center at a Jan. 19 conference for educators.
U.S. Department of Education officials are taking corrective action on a $2 million annual federal contract it awarded earlier this year to a small Silver Spring, Md., company to manage the National Clearinghouse for English-Language Acquisition.