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English-Learner Clearinghouse Website Back Up and Running

The National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition has a new, but temporary, domain name as the U.S. Department of Education transfers responsibility for NCELA to a new contractor.

You can find the website at www.ncela.us.  What you'll see there looks just as it has for the past few years, but department officials told me last week that gradually the site will be redesigned to both look and function better for users. 

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