The Mexican government makes a concerted effort to help Mexican immigrants become integrated into the United States.

Education Week has put together a set of articles as part of its Spotlight series that focus on English-language learners in the classroom.

Some educators in Florida have been preparing for the possibility that they could receive a large number of Haitian students who are trying to flee the devastation in their country.

Readers have posted thoughtful critiques to a story on using "response to intervention" with English-language learners.

Colorin Colorado has created a Ning for teachers of English-language learners.

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed into law this week a charter schools bill with many provisions for English-language learners.

Researchers on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border met Jan. 15 and 16 for a conference on "The Students We Share."

Quality Counts 2010 finds that 39 states provide resources or guides accompanying their content standards in core academic areas that are geared to special student populations.

Salvadorans living in the United States are the second-largest immigrant group from Latin America.

These days, when many classrooms have English-language learners, content-area teachers need to be aware of how to teach about language, says a thoughtful article published in the Middle School Journal.

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