Today I bid farewell to my job at Education Week and to my authorship of this blog about English-language learners that I started four years ago.
Word Generation, a new vocabulary program for middle school students, targets academic language to boost reading comprehension, particularly among ELLs.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged $1 million to a Stanford University-led effort to develop English-language-proficiency resources for the states' common-core academic standards.
A set of interoperability technology standards that permit states to share data and test items across states and that enables the tagging of test content in a way to make test questions more assessible to different kinds of English-language learners and students with disabilities got a lot of play yesterday in a public meeting about the tests being made for the states' common-core academic standards.
Random House has published a children's novel, Chike and the River, by Chinua Achebe, which the Nigeria-born writer first published in South Africa in 1966.
Adjusting one's approach to interacting with parents can produce positive outcomes is one of the messages in a book published by the ASCD, Reaching Out to Latino Families of English Language Learners.
An advocacy group for English-language learners has filed a "friend of the court" brief backing a class action that challenges Alabama's new law requiring educators to record the immigration status of students in schools.
Alabama's new immigration law requires schools to obtain each child's immigration status. The law is currently being challenged as unconstitutional in court.
The National Science Foundation is boosting a new direction in research by funding 32 projects currently for the study of English-language learners and science or ELLs and math.
A writer for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs contends that Mexico's expanding and improving education system has led to a decrease in immigration to the United States.