Although it's likely to face more court challenges, parts of a new Alabama law that would allow schools to check children's immigration status have passed their first legal test.
An exercise in "extreme schooling" mirrors the experience of countless ELLs in immersion classrooms, and is a good reminder of the anxiety, struggles, and frustration that come with attending school in a language you don't understand and a culture that's brand new - even in the best of cases.
Republican candidates disagree about whether the children of illegal aliens should be able to receive in-state tuition, prompted by the Texas Dream Act.
Verbling, a new free website and tool for language learners around the world, is like the popular webchat phenomenon "Chatroulette," but with an educational twist.
Arizona has agreed to stop monitoring its English-language learner teachers' fluency, following an investigation and pending lawsuit.
The U.S. Department of Education awards $14.8 million in grants to colleges and universities supporting English-language learner instructors' professional development.
A commentary writer says English-language learners' needs should be considered from the get-go when drafting the new, common core assessments.
College-age Hispanics are enrolling at increasing rates and other groups show little or no growth, a new report says.
U.S. District Judge, Sharon Blackburn, will hear arguments Wednesday in the case against Alabama's tough new immigration law.
The Obama Administration announced Thursday it will halt all low-priority deportation cases in an effort to unclog the court system and focus on individuals who pose a threat to national security.