PBS Newshour is airing a two part series on English-language learners and refugee students, shedding some light on the realities that refugee children face as they integrate into America's school systems.


A four-year study finds English-learners and native English speakers in Portland, Ore., alike improved significantly in bilingual schools.


An annual report card from a private language-instruction company ranks the English language skills of adults in 70 countries.


A focus on students' deficits can lead to unequal access to meaningful content, two new reports argue.


Determining when to exit students from language-learner status is a "high-stakes" decision, the authors of a new report say.


Federal leaders announced the grants, awarded to eight federally recognized tribes, during the seventh annual White House Tribal Nations Conference.


The New American Foundation's Dual Language Learners Work Group takes a look at efforts in three cities to support the development of young dual-language learners.


A new analysis from the Migration Policy Institute examines the role that prior education experiences play in refugee students' adjustment to K-12 schools.


The Migration Policy Institute report painted a picture of teachers and their students with limited or no formal education struggling to bridge cultural and language gaps.


Analysis shows that students who don't achieve English-proficiency by the time they reach upper elementary are less likely to ever do so


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