Researchers find that non-ELLs benefit even more than their ELL peers in Texas districts where bilingual education is offered.


The What Works Clearinghouse issues highest rating to study on the effects of language accommodations for English learners on math test items.


A new policy brief zeroes in on concrete steps California can take to improve the academic outcomes for its large English-language learner population.


Albuquerque teachers are working with a prominent language acquisition scholar to develop grade-appropriate, rigorous lessons that align with the new common standards in English language arts.


The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down most challenged provisions of Arizona's immigration law, a move that at the very least raises new doubts about school-specific measures such as Alabama's requirement that school officials ask about the citizenship status of new students. My colleague, Mark Walsh, has all the details on The School Law Blog. We will be following this closely and updating with more in-depth coverage of this and other education-related decisions....


Spanish-language television network Univision presents a series on what the common-core standards will mean for Hispanic students and English-language learners.


A long overdue report on progress of English learners was released by the U.S. Department of Education


The watchdog agency is looking into whether the steadily-growing charter school sector is serving special populations of students.


A growing number of Mexican nationals are returning to their homeland where their American-born children must adjust to a new culture, lifestyle, and schooling experience.


The Migration Policy Institute points to capacity issues for federal agency that must oversee the new policy.


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