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.


The Southern Poverty Law Center has asked a federal court in Miami to strike down a policy in Florida that charges long-time residents out-of-state tuition rates if their parents do not have legal immigration status.


The new edition makes clear connections between content standards of the common core and the academic language that will be required.


The needs of English-learners are represented by at least two members of the writing team that drafted new common standards in science.


Researchers will examine the practices related to identification of English-learners with disabilities in six school districts.


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