Pressure from federal civil rights officials has sparked a number of initiatives to improve teaching and learning for the state's English-language learners.


In a national analysis of suspension rates, there is no clear picture of how often English-learners are subjected to the out-of-school discipline.


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will begin processing applications from young undocumented immigrants seeking deportation relief on Aug. 15.


An interactive map built around data from the U.S. Census bureau shows the concentrations of English-language learners around the country.


None of the public colleges and universities in California, home to a large Hispanic population, earns a top spot on list produced by Excelencia in Education.


The Empire State joins California to offer high school graduates a special "seal of biliteracy."


The Immigration Policy Center provides detailed look at undocumented youth who are potential beneficiaries of the Obama administration's deferred action immigration policy.


Nineteen students from seven states vied for the second annual title of national Spanish spelling champion.


But are these cities equipped to meet the educational needs of immigrants and their children?


The U.S. Department of Education is looking for promising practices in disaggregating data for Asian-heritage students.


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