Embarking on his tenure as College Board president, David Coleman puts an unusual spotlight on English-learners.
Efforts are underway to adapt the common standards for dual language classrooms.
Colorin Colorado launches new blog that will focus exclusively on the new common core standards and English-language learners
A parenting practices program that targets Latino families is showing promising results, a new University of California, Berkeley research brief finds.
Springdale, Ark., district hopes to lure up to 100 bilingual graduates back as classroom teachers.
A new edweek.org collection of content features stories on new ELL training for core-content teachers and growing popularity of dual language programs.
A new report from the Migration Policy Institute reveals numerous factors in black immigrant families that lead to school success in the early years for their children.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said young undocumented immigrants who've been granted relief from deportation and received legal work permits would not be deported if he wins the White House.
Dissatisfied with the achievement levels for English-learners, state education leaders highlight plans to improve instructional programs for the state's roughly 60,000 such students.
From guest blogger Kimberly Shannon United We Dream, an immigrant youth-led network, is expanding its efforts to assist and inform aspiring citizens who are interested in the Department of Homeland Security's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals . In addition to in-person clinics and webinars, the network has partnered with legal service organizations to create English and Spanish websites—WeOwnTheDream.org, and UneteAlSueno.org—where so-called DREAMers can find information about deferred action and can conduct a free online assessment to see if they are eligible. The network is also setting up a text-messaging system and has a phone hotline to keep ...