October 2016 Archives

A recently released report on English-learner reclassification patterns may hold value for ELL educators and policymakers across the nation.


Academics and industry professionals from around the globe will gather in Athens, Greece, to develop a guidelines for countries and institutions looking to reexamine their language education policies.


Students who test out of English-language development programs continue to "struggle with the higher demands of English language arts and math," the WestEd study found.


The upcoming vote has reignited a passionate debate over how to best educate California's 1.4 million English-learners.


A National Center for Education Statistics survey captures a snapshot of the programs and services available to English-language learners enrolled in the nation's public high schools.


Available in English and Spanish, the guide is designed to help parents "ask the right questions and support your child on their journey as an English-learner."


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